Seriously ill on a military campaign in Greece, Lord Byron dreams of being judged, upon his death, as either a poet and soldier or as a seducer and libertine. Amongst the witnesses called are his free-thinking mistress, Lady Caroline Lamb, and his more conventional wife, Annabella. Written by
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In the scenes showing Byron's London club, the poet's own dining table and chairs are shown. See more
Referenced in Terence Young: Bond Vivant