Byron: Great Thinkers on Modern Life

Byron Great Thinkers on Modern Life Lord Byron is one of the most provocative and seductive voices of world literature and Matthew Bevis provides insights from his work that resonate even today Born in Lord Byron was an English p

  • Title: Byron: Great Thinkers on Modern Life
  • Author: Matthew Bevis
  • ISBN: 9781605988085
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • Byron: Great Thinkers on Modern Life

    Lord Byron is one of the most provocative and seductive voices of world literature, and Matthew Bevis provides insights from his work that resonate even today.Born in 1788, Lord Byron was an English poet and a leading figure of the Romantic movement A prodigious poetic gift and a scandalous private life made him famous throughout Europe, and his masterpiece, Don Juan, becLord Byron is one of the most provocative and seductive voices of world literature, and Matthew Bevis provides insights from his work that resonate even today.Born in 1788, Lord Byron was an English poet and a leading figure of the Romantic movement A prodigious poetic gift and a scandalous private life made him famous throughout Europe, and his masterpiece, Don Juan, became the bestselling work of the period He remains one of the most storied and fascinating figures in world literature, and Matthew Bevis takes this great thinker and highlights the ideas most relevant to us today The Great Thinkers on Modern Life Series, part of The School of Life, shows how thse wise voices from the past have urgently important and inspiring things to tell us.

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    One thought on “Byron: Great Thinkers on Modern Life

    1. karen

      'I am about to be married - and am of course in all the misery of a man in pursuit of happiness.'i think byron would be tickled and his friends horrified to know that his life and work were being mined for advice on life and wait for it relationships. let that percolate for a bitis is a fine book, although i always get a little grumpy when people do close-readings of texts in order to support some pet project or argument you know the author wouldn't agree with if he were alive enough to be consu [...]

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