Transcription Tuesday XI: The Shipwreck

Posted on August 10, 2021

Ariana Malthaner There is no other poet loved as dearly by Isabella as Byron. She has dedicated numerous pages to his poetry, most of which are faithful representations of the […]

Transcription Tuesday IX: If I Should Die Tonight

Posted on July 27, 2021

Ariana Malthaner Unlike Isabella herself, who always attributes authorship to the poems she collects, this particular poem has gone unattributed by the author. This poem is written by an E.M.M […]

Transcription Tuesday VII: True Beauty

Posted on July 13, 2021

Ariana Malthaner To continue with poems lovingly inscribed by Isabella, we have ‘True Beauty’ by Thomas Carew. Carew was 17th century English poet, who worked as a diplomatic secretary and […]

Transcription Tuesday VI: Farewell

Posted on July 6, 2021

Ariana Malthaner This week we are back with another original poem composed by a friend of Isabella Woods. This particular poem speaks of a parting, and is signed by an […]