Byron s life was passed under the fierce light that beats upon an intellectual throne. He succeeded in making himself the most notorious personality in the world of letters of our century.
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First published in 1880, this biography explores the life of Lord Byron (1788-1824), one of Britain's greatest poets. Setting Byron's work in an historical context, Nichol shows how he was idolised as well as morally condemned, and discusses the reflection of Byron's flamboyant persona in his famous literary characters.About the Author:
John Nichol (8 September 1833 – 11 October 1894), was a Scottish literary academic, and the first Regius Professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Glasgow. Born in Montrose, Scotland, Nichol was the son of John Pringle Nichol, Regius Professor of Astronomy at the University of Glasgow. John Jr. studied first at Glasgow (1848–55) and then Balliol College, Oxford (1855–9) as a Snell Exhibitioner, graduating with a First-Class degree in Classics, Philosophy and Mathematics. After graduating, Nicholl remained at Oxford as a coach. With Albert Venn Dicey, Thomas Hill Green, Swinburne and others, he formed the Old Mortality Society for discussions on literary matters.
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