The Stowe-Byron Controversy: a Complete Résumé of all that has been written and said upon the subject, re-printed from "The Times", "Saturday Review", "Daily News", "Pall Mall Gazette", "Daily Telegraph", etc. Together with an Impartial Review of the Merits of the Case by the Editor of "Once a Week" BYRON.

The Stowe-Byron Controversy: a Complete Résumé of all that has been written and said upon the subject, re-printed from "The Times", "Saturday Review", "Daily News", "Pall Mall Gazette", "Daily Telegraph", etc. Together with an Impartial Review of the Merits of the Case by the Editor of "Once a Week".

London: Thomas Cooper & Co., [1869]. First edition, 8vo, 128, 11, (1) pp. Modern marbled boards, very good. Uncommon. Collecting the responses to an article by Harrier Beecher Stowe, published in the Atlantic Magazine in the US and Macmillan's Magazine in Britain, written as a result of her conversations with Lady Byron shortly before the latter's death in 1860. Famously alleging incest, it was an incendiary exposé of Lord Byron's life that she expanded on in her book "Lady Byron Vindicated" the following year. Item #20555

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