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Lord Byron The Major Works

Author : George Gordon, Lord Byron
ISBN : 019953733X
Genre : Poetry
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This authoritative edition was originally published in the acclaimed Oxford Authors series under the general editorship of Frank Kermode. It brings together a unique combination of Byron's poetry and prose - all the major poems, complemented by important letters, journals, and conversations - to give the essence of his work and thinking.

The Major Works

Author : George Gordon Byron Baron Byron
ISBN : 0192840401
Genre : Poetry
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This volume brings together a collection of Byron's poetry and prose, including poems, letters, journals, and transcripts of conversations, and gives the reader an insight into his work and thinking.


Author : George Gordon Byron
ISBN : 9783954555239
Genre : Poetry
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Lord Byron (1788–1824) verfasste dieses Drama 1821, in dem er auf die biblische Geschichte von Kain und Abel zurückgreift, diese aber grundlegend veränderte. Kain ist nun ein Empörer gegen den Sündenfall, mit dem Gott zum Verursacher allen menschlichen Leids geworden ist. Luzifer erkennt in Kain einen Mitstreiter in seinem Kampf gegen Gott und stachelt dessen Hass noch weiter an. Als Kain schließlich auf seinen fanatisch gläubigen Bruder Abel trifft, kann sich Kain gegen dessen Glaubensfuror nur noch durch den fatalen Brudermord wehren.

Don Juan

Author : George Gordon Lord Byron
ISBN : 9783843041188
Genre : Poetry
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George Gordon Lord Byron: Don Juan Erstdruck: Erster und Zweiter Gesang, London (John Murray) 1819; Dritter bis Fünfter Gesang, London (John Murray) 1821; Sechster bis Vierzehnter Gesang, London (John Hunt) 1823; Fünfzehnter und Sechzehnter Gesang, London (John Hunt) 1824. Hier in der Übers. v. Otto Gildemeister, Berlin: Verlag von G. Reimer, 1877. Neuausgabe mit einer Biographie des Autors. Herausgegeben von Karl-Maria Guth. Berlin 2017. Textgrundlage sind die Ausgaben: Lord Byrons Werke. 6 Bände in dreien, übers. v. Otto Gildemeister, Berlin: Verlag von G. Reimer, 1877. Die Paginierung obiger Ausgaben wird in dieser Neuausgabe als Marginalie zeilengenau mitgeführt. Umschlaggestaltung von Thomas Schultz-Overhage unter Verwendung des Bildes: Franz von Lenbach, Drei Damen in Kostümen des Don Juan Festes, 1902. Gesetzt aus der Minion Pro, 11 pt.

Lord Byron And The History Of Desire

Author : Ian Dennis
ISBN : 9780874130669
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Lord Byron and the History of Desire uses Eric Gans's "generative anthropology" and Rene Girard's theory of imitative desire to interpret Byron's major literary works. It argues that the poet learned something about centrality, identity, and desire through the course of his career, and was able to write his knowledge in ways that might still be interesting to us. He learned that there were new things that it was possible, or necessary, to want, new strategies available for obtaining them, and with these, new risks, new losses, new problems. But what he provides in some of his poetry is not just historical insight. His best poetry is also, still, and perhaps most rewardingly, a demonstration or modeling of behaviors and attitudes that work well in a market world. The most valuable transfers in this world are effected through imitation, and through strengthening and inspiring alfiances. Byron provides both, modeling and alliance, in return--fundamental bargain--for our attention, the price of his poems. This book examines the transaction, inquires into its workings, and asks why the price seemed, and might still seem, worth paying.

Major Works

Author : John Clare
ISBN : 0192805630
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This authoritative edition was originally published in the acclaimed Oxford Authors series under the general editorship of Frank Kermode. It brings together a generous selection of Clare's poetry and prose, including autobiographical writings and letters. John Clare (1793-1864) is now recognized as one of the greatest English Romantic poets, after years of indifference and neglect. Clare was an impoverished agricultural labourer, whose genius was generally not appreciated by his contemporaries, and his later mental instability further contributed to his loss of critical esteem. But the extraordinary range of his poetical gifts has restored him to the company of his contemporaries Byron, Keats, and Shelley, and this fine selection illustrates all aspects of his talent. It contains poems from all stages of his career, including love poetry, and bird and nature poems. Written in his native Northamptonshire, Clare's work provides a fascinating reflection of rural society, often underscored by his own sense of isolation and despair. Clare's writings are here presented with the minimum of editorial interference, and with a new Introduction by the poet and scholar Tom Paulin.

From Enlightenment To Romanticism

Author : Ian L. Donnachie
ISBN : 0719066735
Genre : History
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Designed to accompany the OU course "From Enlightenment to Romanticism," this anthology provides primary and secondary sources on changing landscapes, new forms of knowledge, conceptions of art and the artist and the exotic and Oriential. Introductory sections explain the context of the sources.

Byron And Place

Author : S. Cheeke
ISBN : 9780230597884
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This new study of Byron explores the 'geo-historical' - places where historically significant events have occurred. Cheeke examines the ways in which the notion of being there becomes the central claim and shaping force in Byron's poetry up to 1818. He goes on to explore the concept of being in-between which characterises Byron's 1818-21 poetry. Finally, Byron's complex nostalgia for England, his sense of having been there , is read in relation to a broader critique of memory, home-sickness and place-attachment.

Liebesbriefe Gro Er M Nner

Author : Petra Müller
ISBN : 3492254268
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Shakespeare S Sonnette

Author : William Shakespeare
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...as his own" (Dowden). For the references to the poet's age.in the Sonnets, see p. 41 above. 3. Furrows. Cf. Sonn. 2 above, and Rich. III. i. 3. 229. 4. Expiate. Bring to an end. Cf. Rich. III. iii. 3. 23: "Make haste; the hour of death is expiate." Here, as there, Steevens conjectures "expirate," which White and Hudson adopt. Surely there is no need of coining a word to replace one which S. twice uses and which can be plausibly explained. Malone quotes Chapman's Byron's Conspiracie, in which an old courtier speaks of himself as " A poor and expiate humour of the court." XXIII 1. Vnperfect. Used by S. only here; but unperfectness occurs in Oth. ii. 3. 298. Imperfect we find in Sonn. 43. 11 and elsewhere, and imperfection six times in the plays. On the present passage, cf. Cor. v. 3. 40: --"Like a dull actor now, I have forgot my part, and I am out, Even to a full disgrace." 2. Besides. For the prepositional use, cf. T. N, iv. 2. 92: "Alas, sir, how fell you besides your five wits?" 3. Replete with too much rage. The rage overcoming self-control. 5. For fear of trust. Fearing to trust myself. Schmidt makes it = " doubting of being trusted;" but the context clearly confirms the explanation I have given. Dowden calls attention to the construction of the first eight lines, 5, 6 referring to 1, 2, and 7, 8, to 3. 4 6. Ceremony. Hudson says that the word "is here used as a trisyllable, as if spelt cer'mony;" but how he would scan the verse I cannot imagine. The word is clearly a quadrisyllable, as almost always in S. 9. Books. Sewell reads " looks;" but the old reading is supported by 13 below. The books, as Dowden remarks, are probably the manuscript books in which the poet writes his sonnets. 12. That tongue. Probably = any tongue, however eloquent, ...

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