Lord Byron and the Demons of Calvinism
GREAT MINDS Lord Byron and the Demons of Calvinism Gary Sloan George Noel Gordon, Lord Byron (1788–1824), was once the most celebrated poet in Europe. Handsome and charismatic, he was the darling of polite society, the cynosure of salons, a pacesetter in fashion and mannerism, the observed of all observers....
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