Manfred Summary
George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron

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George Gordon (Noel) Byron, Lord Byron 1788–1824 English poet, dramatist, and satirist. Introduction Both celebrated and vilified during his lifetime, Byron was one of the most flamboyant of th... Read more
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Lord Byron (1788-1824) (Full name George Gordon Noel Byron) English poet, dramatist, and satirist. Introduction Considered one of the most important English poets of the nineteenth century, Byron al... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Manfred by George Gordon (Noel), Lord Byron Introduction Byron's first drama, Manfred, details the author's characterization of the Romantic hero, a figure of superior abilities and inte... Read more
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Lord Byron's Manfred is a dramatic poem that can be interpreted in many ways. Manfred is clearly distraught throughout the play, and it appears to be because of the death of his sister and lover Asta... Read more