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Both see Byron abandoning his early "Byronism" (for McGann it is a hyper-individualistic Satanic antiheroism, for Christensen commercialist) for the radically democratic Don Juan; both insist that Don Juan lacks a formal structure because it is deeply engaged with social and political conditions ("Don Juan ...
With Lehanka, though, one finds neither the pathos of antiheroism nor heroism itself, in contrast to Jonathan Meese, for example, who celebrates the anarchy in his art like some high priest.
Picturing Jim and Brown as symbolic of the fragile univocity in naval values, many psychoanalytic critiques stigmatize Brown while clarifying the antiheroism of Jim.