Lord Byron's She Walks In Beauty

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Lord Byron She Walks in Beauty Research Paper Lord Byron was born January 22, 1788 and died February 19, 1824 of Malaria. Lord Byron’s father, Captain John Byron, was irresponsible and very ignorant with his lifestyle choices, spending his entire wealth and life by the age of 36. Byron didn’t share the same views as most people and was portrayed as being a product of Satanism or just being purely Evil. In Byron’s poem “She Walks in Beauty”, the title itself brings to mind images of a peaceful setting and a beautiful queen. The word “She” suggest the poem will be about a woman and the word “Walks” suggests the poem will talk of her adventures or mental struggles. The word “Beauty” refers to her mental state throughout the poem, almost as if she (the female figure in the…show more content…
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