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It is the Hour - Lord George Gordon Byron

I am interested in what people read into poems. I often read the analysis of well known poems and wonder how on earth they have come to their conclusions. 233 more words

Review: Byron, Highcross Leicester

My review in this weekend’s Mercury featured Byron in The Highcross. As you’ll see, we liked it. A good burger is a thing of beauty and these are good, so…that’s it really. 36 more words

Eating Out

"I have never met a vampire personally, but I don't know what might happen tomorrow"*...


Readers will know of the evening in 1816, on the shores of Lake Geneva, when a challenge from her husband-to-be and his friend Lord Byron… 351 more words

A Bit of Poetry by Lord Byron

There is a pleasure in the pathless woods,

There is a rapture on the lonely shore,

There is society, where none intrudes,

By the deep sea, and music in its roar: 51 more words

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October 20 1814: Object of Curiosity

On October 20 1814, Lord Byron writes to Annabella Milbanke, from London.

I have been so much amused with your “extracts” though I had no idea what evil spirit I then appeared in your eyes—you were quite right however as far as appearances—but that was not my natural character—I was just returned from a far country where everything was different—& felt bewildered & not very happy in my own which I had left without regret & returned to without interest— 521 more words


Out the Window by Alice

In art for this term, we have been doing perspective and 3D. We had to paint a picture like we are looking out of a window. 42 more words


Remembering the roots: Byron is focus of new heritage series

Tales of more than two centuries of history are about to begin in part of London.

But, of course, there was a time that Byron wasn’t part of the city. 213 more words