friends and acquaintances in the volumes

his life and of his friends and acquaintances in the volumes which were collected as Autobiographies and in the franker Memoirs (not published until 1972). He died at Roquebrune, France, in January 1939.

Timothy Webb is Winterstoke Professor at the University of Bristol where he was Head of the Department of English from 1990 until 1999. His books include The Violet in the Crucible: Shelley and Translation (1976), Shelley: A Voice Not Understood (1977), English Romantic Hellenism (1982), Shelley ‘Devils’ Notebook (with P. M. S. Dawson, i 993) and Shelley’s Faust Draft Notebook (with Nora Crook, 1997). He is currently working on a number of books including Bristol: Romantic City, The Book of Stones, an edition of Leigh Hunt’s Autobiography, a collaborative volume entitled The Romantic Defence of Portly and a book on Ireland and the English Romantics.

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Edited with an Introduction and Notes by TIMOTHY WEBB