What helps it now, that Byron bore, With haughty scorn which mocked the smart, Through Europe to the Aetolian shore The pageant of his bleeding heart? That thousands counted every groan, And Europe made his woe her own?
Lord Byron is only great as a poet; as soon as he reflects he is a child.
From the poetry of Lord Byron they drewa system of ethics, compounded of misanthropyand voluptuousness, a system in which the two great commandments were, to hate your neighbour, and to love your neighbour's wife.
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