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George Gordon Byron
Birth date: January 22, 1788
Died: April 19, 1824
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 11 months ago
(Original Review, 1981-02-10)It has been a long time since I read “Manfred”, and much longer since “Paradise Lost”, so maybe I am wrong. But Milton's Satan was first and foremost, I think, rebellious. Satan's will was his own, NOT God's, he was so to speak his own man. He could not regain Paradise b...
Helen Rena
Helen Rena rated it 5 years ago
My synopsis of Lord Byron’s poem “Darkness:” Planet Earth is in trouble. The sun goes out. Plants are dying. There’s nothing to eat. People burn everything they could for light and warmth. And then, after everyone is dead, two last women approach the last fire and look at each other…and die from lau...
Melanie's Book Reviews
Melanie's Book Reviews rated it 5 years ago
Santa’s Little Helper is a fab read and something a little different for author H D Gordon. I don’t really want to say too much about the plot but I will have to try and not make it too spoilery.The story revolves around 5 children – Manny, Michael, Emily, Benny & Tuck – all 4 or 5 yrs of age and fr...
Shaykitteh's World of Books
Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it 5 years ago
S.A. Gordon brings a "Prince meets Commoner" story to modern America. Meet Caitlin: A struggling young woman trying to work her way up the publishing business, Catilin lives in an apartment in New York City with her best friend. Unsure of her own beauty due to a man who emotionally abused her in c...
MarginMan
MarginMan rated it 5 years ago
The fourth, and final, Dover poetry anthology I am reviewing. As with the others, it is an easily portable, inexpensive book. Includes work by 58 poets. Ten were born before 1600, another six in the 17th century, twelve in the 18th century, and two in the 20th century. So 28 were born in the 19th c...
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