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Byronic By Elise Kimple
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A look at a young playwright's exploration into his work and its parallels to his own life: a play about a Byronic-hero bartender's struggle to transform four wacky theatrical characters, and to find... More > meaning in his existence. "Byronic" is an examination of the nature of reality versus fiction, as well as a view of the effects of abuse and how what we see on the surface is often very different from what lies beneath.< Less
The Chronicles of Byron: The Jolliffe Edition By The Byron Girls
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Lord Byron: Six Plays By Lord Byron, George Gordon Byron
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Although known primarily for his poetry, Lord Byron (1788-1824) also had a keen interest in the theatre and wrote a number of verse dramas, mostly during his Italian exile. While these plays went... More > largely unnoticed during Byron's lifetime, they have since been recognized by critics for their sublime poetic and dramatic qualities. This collection brings together six of Byron's finest plays: Manfred, Cain, Heaven and Earth, Marino Faliero, Sardanapalus, and The Two Foscari.< Less
Lord Byron: Six Plays By Lord Byron, George Gordon Byron
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Although known primarily for his poetry, Lord Byron (1788-1824) also had a keen interest in the theatre and wrote a number of verse dramas, mostly during his Italian exile. While these plays went... More > largely unnoticed during Byron's lifetime, they have since been recognized by critics for their sublime poetic and dramatic qualities. This collection brings together six of Byron's finest plays: Manfred, Cain, Heaven and Earth, Marino Faliero, Sardanapalus, and The Two Foscari.< Less
Byron's Birthday By Darren G. Burton
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It's Byron's 30th birthday. Recently separated from his long-term girlfriend, his friends decide he is in need of some special attention. To help him celebrate the momentus occasion they arrange a... More > party for him and provide him with a smoking hot brunette for the evening to satisfy his every sexual need. Adults only 18+< Less
Byron's Gorgeous Wrestling Girls By Byrons Gorgeous Boxing Girls
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It's more lady lucha from Byron! The Black Mamba is true to her namesake... fast and lethal. But she adds so much more beauty and sex appeal when she steps into the ring! The Masked Student may... More > sound like one who is still learning - but that doesn't stop her from using her street experiences in dealing with her opponent. The girls use a variety of holds in this 2 out of 3 fall battle, and with the first two falls taken by submission, it's a sleeper-style hold that earns the victory. The action unfolds in 48 images in the BGBG ring, and YOU'VE got a RINGSIDE seat! 48 images in screen resolution PDF file Contains NO nudity< Less
50 Greatest Poems of Lord Byron By Lord Byron
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Lord Byron was born in Dover, England in 1788. He was one of the second generation of Romantic Poets closely associated with Keats and Shelley. Byron was considered one of the first celebrities known... More > as much for his excesses as for his poetry. Byron was born into a notorious family his father being Captain Mad Jack Byron an adventurer who squandered most of the family wealth. However he came into considerable wealth through the death of an uncle, and enjoyed a privileged education at Harrow and Cambridge. His later affair with Lady Caroline Lamb scandalised society and led to his notorious reputation as “ Mad, Bad and Dangerous to know.” His latter affairs especially with his half-sister cemented this reputation, leading to a self imposed exile in Italy and Greece where he eventually died in 1824 supporting the Greek Independence movement. His poetical output was prolific and his epics Don Juan and Childe Harold bought him critical acclaim in his life time< Less
Lord Byron Series: The Bride of Abydos By George Gordon Noel Byron
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The Bride of Abydos is a poem written by George Gordon, Lord Byron in AD 1813. One of his earlier works, The Bride of Abydos is considered to be one of his “Heroic Poems”, along with The... More > Giaour, Lara, The Siege of Corinth, The Corsair, and Parisina. These poems contributed to his poetic fame at the time in England . The Bride of Abydos has a rather straightforward plot. After an initial description of the Turkish stetting, the story opens with the ruler Giaffir rebuking his supposed son, Salim. Salim professes his love for his half-sister, Zuleika, Giaffir’s daughter . Angered, the Pasha refuses Salim to have a key to the royal harem and upbraids him with insults< Less
Lord Byron Series: Don Juan By George Gordon Noel Byron
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Don Juan is a satiric poem by Lord Byron, based on the legend of Don Juan, which Byron reverses, portraying Juan not as a womanizer but as someone easily seduced by women. It is a variation on the... More > epic form. Byron himself called it an "Epic Satire" (Don Juan, c. xiv, st. 99). Modern critics generally consider it Byron's masterpiece, with a total of over sixteen thousand individual lines of verse. Byron completed 16 cantos, leaving an unfinished 17th canto before his death in 1824. Byron claimed he had no ideas in his mind as to what would happen in subsequent cantos as he wrote his work. When the first two cantos were published anonymously in 1819, the poem was criticized for its 'immoral content', though it was also immensely popular.< Less
Lord Byron Series: Fugitive Pieces By George Gordon Noel Byron
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Ranked with Shelley and Keats as one of the great Romantic poets, Byron became famous throughout Europe as the embodiment of romanticism. His good looks, his lameness, and his flamboyant lifestyle... More > all contributed to the formation of the Byronic legend. By the mid-20th cent. his reputation as a poet had been eclipsed by growing critical recognition of his talents as a wit and satirist. Byron's poetry covers a wide range. In English Bards and Scotch Reviewers and in The Vision of Judgment (1822) he wrote 18th-century satire. He also created the "Byronic hero," who appears consummately in the Faustian tragedy Manfred (1817)—a mysterious, lonely, defiant figure whose past hides some great crime. Cain (1821) raised a storm of abuse for its skeptical attitude toward religion.< Less