6th Baron Byron George Gordon Byron - British poet, born 22nd January 1788, London, died 19 April 1824, Greece. The most popular person in Regency London, he wrote much poetry and carried on illicit affairs, most notably with Lady Caroline Lamb. His greatest love and the cause of his eventual downfall was his half-sister, Augusta, with whom he had a child. He was a friend of the poet Percy Bysshe Shellley.
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Astrocartography of Lord Byron
How the planetary metaphor of Mars was reflected in Byron's life and work
The Body of Lord Byron
Details on the burial location and disposition of Byron's physical remains.
The Byron Discussion List
For discussing of specific works being read and discussed by participants.
Byron: A Comprehensive Study of His Life and Work
An archive of material relating to Byron, including criticism.
Byron's life and work, including the history and photos of his home Newstead Abbey, and selected poems.
Excitement, Byron, and the Trouble about Sex
Articles by Eli Siegel and by Ellen Reiss in the journal The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known.
George "Don Juan" Gordon, Lord Byron
The Incompetech website's somewhat satirical take on Byron.
The Guardian: Byron
Profile, articles, reviews and links.
IMDb: Lord Byron
Filmography, and detailed biography.
The real Lord Byron; new views of the poet's life
Full text by John Cordy Jeaffeeson, published in 1883.
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