Excerpt from The Poetical Works of Lord Byron, Vol. 4: With a Memoir; Ten Volumes in Five, Comprising Vols. VII. And VIII
May 30. By this post I send you the tragedy. You will remark that the unities are all strictly preserved. The scene passes in the same hall al ways: the t... ime, a summer's night, about nine hours or less; though it begins before sunset, and ends after sunrise. It is not for the stage, any more than the other was intended for it; and I shall take bet ter care this time that they don't get hold on 't.
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