Byron pp 90-94 | Cite as

Life at Pisa II

  • Leigh Hunt
Part of the Interviews and Recollections book series (IR)


Upon seeing Lord Byron, I hardly knew him, he was grown so fat; and he was longer in recognising me, I had grown so thin. He was dressed in a loose nankeen jacket and white trousers, his neckcloth open, and his hair in thin ringlets about his throat; altogether presenting a very different aspect from the compact, energetic, and curly-headed person, whom I had known in England.


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    George Sandys’s translation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses was published in 1621–6. Joseph Addison and Samuel Croxall both contributed to Garth’s Ovid’s Metamorphoses Translated (1717).Google Scholar

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