Byron pp 11-12 | Cite as

An Adventure in Greece

  • J. C. Hobhouse
Part of the Interviews and Recollections book series (IR)


The pass through the hills lasted half an hour; and after travelling an hour more over a slippery plain, we arrived at the village just as the evening set in very dark, and the rain began to pour down in torrents. My friend [i.e. Byron], with the baggage and servants, was behind, and had not been in sight for some time.


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