Imagine an undiscovered notebook from Lord Byron's time in Villa Diodati, what words might he have left there?
That is what Subram has done in this brave new collection of poetry: imagined the words Byron wrote between his raucous parties with the Shelleys and Polidori.
Along with these undiscovered works of the master, Subram has added some of his own work, a glimpse into the importance of rain and stone in his native India.
Do you dare delve into the mind of the legendary Lord Byron, one last time?
ISBN : 978-1-80439-549-3
Pages : 46
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
A college teacher with an unmatched love for British literature and culture, I have been into writing for the past few years and two of my books, titled Madurai Days and Curls, had a decent reception amongst the reading community of Tamil Nadu, India. The author hails from the deep south, Nellai district of Tamil Nadu and has an overall teaching experience of more than twenty years.