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Title Aspects of Byron's Don Juan / edited by Peter Cochran.

Published Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars, [2013]


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 UniM Bail  821.7 BYRON/ ASPE    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiv, 517 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents Preface -- Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Don Juan and tradition or, little Juan's potty -- Digesting Don Juan cantos I and II -- The mainstream Juans, and Byron's Juan -- Bryon's Don Juan : the radical alternative -- "In pious times ..." : a Tory reading of the politics of Don Juan -- "I've seen the funds at war with house and land ..." : a radical reading of the politics of Don Juan -- Don Juan's comic rhymes -- 'Don Alfonso' and the theatrical matrix of Don Juan, 1817-1821 -- Don Juan the anti-Byronic hero -- 'She died but not alone' : death and dying in Don Juan -- Iterating illness : doctors, disease and Don Juan -- A Spanish modernist echo of Byron's Don Juan : Pérez de Ayala and his Tigre Juan -- Appropriating Byron's Don Juan : José Joaquín de Mora's version of the myth -- Byron and Unamuno's Don Juan -- Byron's Don Juan and Russia : a double perspective -- Byron, Pushkin and Russian Don Juans -- Don Juan and Russia -- Introduction -- Don Juan, shipwrecks and narratives -- Byron's literary borrowings in Don Juan cantos III and IV -- Don Juan and Castelnau's History of new Russia -- Byron, Don Juan, and Russia -- Why did Byron envy Thomas Hope's Anastasius? -- Mary Shelley's fair-copying of Don Juan -- Bibliography -- Index.
Bibliography Includes bibliography and index.
Notes "Some of the papers in this book were given at a conference on Aspects of Don Juan organised by the Newstead Byron Society at Nottingham Trent University on May 5th, 2012."
Other author Cochran, Peter, 1944-
Subject Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. Don Juan. -- Congresses.
ISBN 1443847348