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For the essay, i used she walks in beauty and discussed byronic heros. amazing cowinkidink
Lets do something new .. it's about choose your *OWN* adventure. it's about byronic post modern where we all get to be whatever it is we want to be.
Rather than talk about love, poets such as Wordsworth and Keats tended to talk about why love is no longer possible, while Byron applied love to the tragic mode to show the cosmic sadness of his byronic heroes, and Coleridge and Shelley explored love as a better path to the self and the divine.
It required a byronic stomach, for the very first chapter led me to a monastery where mass proceeded in memory of some victim of undiscovered crime.