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Lord Byron: The Major Works

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  • Title: Lord Byron: The Major Works
  • Author: George Gordon Byron Jerome J. McGann
  • ISBN: 9780192840400
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback

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Lord Byron: The Major Works

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  1. George Gordon Byron Jerome J. McGann says:
    George Gordon Byron invariably known as Lord Byron , later Noel, 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale FRS was a British poet and a leading figure in Romanticism Amongst Byron s best known works are the brief poems She Walks in Beauty, When We Two Parted, and So, we ll go no a roving, in addition to the narrative poems Childe Harold s Pilgrimage and Don Juan He is regarded as one of the greatest British poets and remains widely read and influential, both in the English speaking world and beyond.Byron s notabilty rests not only on his writings but also on his life, which featured upper class living, numerous love affairs, debts, and separation He was notably described by Lady Caroline Lamb as mad, bad, and dangerous to know Byron served as a regional leader of Italy s revolutionary organization, the Carbonari, in its struggle against Austria He later travelled to fight against the Ottoman Empire in the Greek War of Independence, for which Greeks revere him as a national hero He died from a fever contracted while in Messolonghi in Greece.

Comment 418 on “Lord Byron: The Major Works

  1. Allwhitenoise says:
    This book has been getting me laid for well over a decade, and will continue to help me get laid for many decades to come and that s how you know it s a Classic immemorial.

  2. Candie says:
    Lord Byron inspired me throughout my adolescence and quickly became on e of my favorite poets I still treasure my oxford worlds classics book that was a gift from my High School Senior English teacher, Mr Sergent He instilled my love for literature

  3. Lisa (Harmonybites) says:
    I have a friend who says she ranks Lord Byron above all the English Romantic poets even above Keats I can t agree, even though reading through this I understand why she would She thinks Keats sometimes overwrought I don t agree really What can I say, he sings to me The only poem of Keats I don t like is Edymion, his one epic poem, and one even Keats admitted was problematic Even that has lines to relish A thing of beauty is a joy forever Not that there aren t some gorgeous verse of Byron that ca [...]

  4. Marusa says:
    I love his way of writing and the way he sees the world I find myself in a lot of his poems and sometimes think, He stole my idea My favorite one is Childe Harold s Pilgrimage especially Canto the second part.

  5. katherine drake says:
    He may have limped with a club foot,but his words danced.

  6. Tahseen says:
    Beppo and The vision of judgement were definite favourites, but this is a volume to keep at hand to read again I wonder why Byron was never mentioned at school.

  7. Jani says:
    In a way, Guybrush Threepwood introduced me to Lord Byron Perhaps the connection is not that straightforward, but nevertheless the fact that Mr Threepwood uses the word orange to stop an otherwise endless cycle of pirate singing and a random comment on a later teacher s part that dear Lord managed to rhyme everything except orange a difficult task in the early 19th century even if it has become easier later , lead me to buying this rather sizable volume of poetry And they blame video games for k [...]

  8. Harsh Kumar says:
    Pretty interesting indeed but not good enough though A good poet but not a great one Some of the poems and stanzas were pretty amazing I read than 500 pages but then I had to give it up It was becoming boring for me.I was not impressed by the Don Juan The way he told the story of Don Juan through his rhymes is admirable but yet not very interesting I read a few pages after I gave it up but was not able to finish it all Nevertheless a very good romantic poetHis talent of using the words in such [...]

  9. Brett says:
    Over 1000 pages of Byronic verse, drama, and letters Byron has never been my favorite poet, but I dutifully trudged through this volume, the first Byron I have read since college Byron is at his best when he s using his tongue in cheek ironic voice, and can sometimes be quite funny But much of his works are just not that accessible to modern readers, especially Childe Harold, which is a bore Certainly parts of Don Juan are still fun to read, but towards the end it begins to feel interminable The [...]

  10. Alan says:
    Byron has been my favorite Romantic poet as he was during the Romantic period since I have been able to read with ease say, since grad school.His English Bard and Scotch Reviewers sets the standard for English Satire since Jonson and Dryden It is very funny at the expense of an intellectual elite much less doubtful than ours today We need another Byron His Don Juan is without equal in English literature maybe Ariosto s similar in Italian, though I think Byron witty, finally Byron s, and his Don [...]

  11. Ben Doeh says:
    Arguably, the first modern celebrity and certainly the most famous literary man of his time A few awe inspiring lyrics and so many staggering full length works and closet dramas mean he wasn t all reputation either.Of the long poems, I definitely prefer the chatty, comic Byron of the later years well 29 36, his death to the early brooding intensity That said, I ve recently been browsing through Manfred , a work which combines utterly compelling nihilism with breathtaking perspectives on the Alps [...]

  12. Matthew Bellamy says:
    Byron has come to symbolize a lot in the public imagaination the rebel, the casanova, the spoiled rich kid, the incestuous pervert, the care free romantic, and the brooding Gothic genius Yet in his work we find a very different personality shining through Byron the sheer poet should not be missed.

  13. Jake says:
    This is a great edition, boasting a large sampling of Lord Byron s work As titled, the most significant works are included, but a host of smaller, lesser known work are as well.I especially appreciate the combination of scholarly endnotes, and Byron s own notes for works like Childe Harold s Pilgrimage.This is one I am marking up and wearing out.

  14. Ayushi Nayak says:
    Darkness is an absolute favorite of mine.An excerpt The rivers, lakes and ocean all stood still,And nothing stirr d within their silent depths Ships sailorless lay rotting on the sea,And their masts fell down piecemeal

  15. Jen says:
    Love Lord Byron I still have one of my favorites memorized She walks in beauty, like the nightof cloudless climes and starry skies And all that s best of dark and bright,meet in her aspect and her eyes

  16. Erin says:
    Byron is one of those writers whose personality seeps into every word choice and placement of punctuation Fortunately, he s Lord freaking Byron, so that makes his works a joy to read.

  17. Grouphug says:
    Don Juan is an amazing thing, its funny for something so old The rest of the poems are great, just awesome too.

  18. Stephanie says:
    Only upset that I haven t been able to get The Complete Works that used to be in my high school library

  19. Lily . says:
    Wasn t as good as I hoped, but still worth reading to appreciate the history and evolution of gothic literature.

  20. Chris S says:
    There ought to be an abandoned bookshelf option Struggled through most of Childe Harold, but it was just so bloody boring Couldn t face another 800 pages of this.

  21. Amanda says:
    I just named my fish after Lord Byron, and totally referenced a poem by his contemporary, Sir Walter Scott, that I thought Byron wrote Whoops I must read some as pitance.

  22. sologdin says:
    Well, Byron s very popular Sportos, motorheads, geeks, sluts, bloods, wastoids, dweebies, dickheads they all adore him They think he s a righteous dude.

  23. M.I. Lastman says:
    For me, Byron is the finest of the epic poets, although Coleridge can be wonderful in that form as well.

  24. Michael Ledezma says:
    Unrivaled power and intensity Where Keats excelled in lyricism, Byron excels in virile exuberance.

  25. Katherine ( says:
    Byron Is The Best He is a genius There is no question about it Childe Harold s Pilgrimage is my favorite, I think, if I really had to choose one But they re all really, really good.

  26. Sabah says:
    I have mixed feelings about this, First it starts off great , In a way that makes you wonder how can a human being have such sense and portrayal, but as we go deeper , parts of it become somewhat boring , such as ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE.Parts of his poem s were definitely magic, and other parts were just not so good, As a Muslim I liked when some verses he mentioned Allah , Eblis , and Some Arabic words like Ghoul and Afrit, Also the famous Hassan showed up in some places , which was really f [...]

  27. Valerie says:
    Working my way through Byron I prefer Robert Browning, Tennyson and Kipling.

  28. Manfred Manfred says:
    I love his poem Manfred the bestOf course.

  29. Wm Jas Tychonievich says:
    Byron was a master, endlessly witty, often insightful, and a magician with words Don Juan is his best in terms of sheer verbal virtuosity, but Cain is the deepest and most haunting.

  30. Katherine Simmons says:
    I feel his shorter works are much better, his epic poetry falls short compared to Milton s work.

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