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Byron

George Gordon, 6th Baron. 1788--1824, British Romantic poet, noted also for his passionate and disastrous love affairs. His major works include Childe Harold's Pilgrimage (1812--18), and Don Juan (1819--24). He spent much of his life abroad and died while fighting for Greek independence
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For two years Byron was as popular as man might be.
So in anger and disgust, Byron left the country where he found no sympathy.
It was to a great extent a misspent life, and yet, while Byron wasted himself in unworthy ways, he wrote constantly and rapidly, pouring out volumes of poetry at a speed equaled only by Scott.
"It touches the Essay of Man*** at the one extremity, and The Excursion at the other."*** So you see Byron's place in our literature is hardly settled yet.
When Byron left England he fled from the contempt of his fellows.
And this struggle woke all that was generous in the heart of Byron, the worn man of the world.
These lines are from Byron's last poem, written on his thirty- sixth birthday.
Release date- 21082019 - Byron Energy Limited ('Byron or the Company') (ASX: BYE) is pleased to announce that it has completed the interpretation of the reprocessed seismic data, received earlier this year, under the South Marsh Island Project Seismic Reprocessing project from WesternGeco, a Schlumberger subsidiary.
-- Brad Keselowski says he was sending a message by intentionally running into William Byron during practice Thursday for the upcoming Sprint Cup race at Daytona International Speedway.
STEREO SESSIONS, the Saturday club at Thompsons, continue their series of star studded headliners tomorrow with Classic Music Company's Byron The Aqaurius.
AN awed hush descended as the sun broke over the horizon and cast a balloon-shaped shadow onto the hinterlands of Byron, far below our feet.