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Tells the story of the literary treachery that took place at No 43 via Romana, Florence, where Claire Clairmont, once lover of Lord Byron and mother of his daughter Allegra, lived until her death in 1879. This is also the story on Henry Jame's novel The Aspern Papers, which is based on that household and the nefarious doings of the lodger there.
Originally published: London: Jonathan Cape, 2002.