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Robert Byron: A Biography: Knox, James Robert Byron: A Biography: Knox, James Robert Byron: A Biography: Knox, James

Robert Byron: A Biography

Knox, James

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ISBN 10: 0719548411 / ISBN 13: 9780719548413
Published by John Murray, 2003
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Title: Robert Byron: A Biography

Publisher: John Murray

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Hardcover

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Robert Byron, who died young in the War, was the foremost travel writer of his age, acclaimed especially for 'The Road to Oxiana'. He was also a pioneer of Byzantine history, fought to save Georgian London, and was one of the first voices raised against fascism. Patrick Leigh Fermor readily admitted to being under his spell, and to Nancy Mitford he was the funniest man alive. This is the first biography of him; it draws on his unique archive and throws fascinating new light on the gilded circle of which he was part.

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James Knox was educated at Eton and thereafter at Cambridge where he read History of Art and at INSEAD where he gained an MBA. He was for ten years Publisher of 'The Spectator' before setting up his own consultancy to advise on commissioning works of art for public and private spaces. He lives in London.

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