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Arnold, Matthew, Preface to Poetry of Byron, Macmillan, 1881, reprinted as "Byron," in Essays in Criticism, Dutton, 1964, pp. 312-30.

Ashton, Thomas L., Byron's "Hebrew Melodies," University of Texas Press, 1972, p. 21.

Auden, W. H., "Don Juan," in The Dyer & Other Essays, Random House, 1962, pp. 386-406.

Dick, William A., Byron and His Poetry, Haskell House Publishers, 1977, p. 81.

Frye, Northrop, "George Gordon, Lord Byron," in Major British Writers, Vol. II, Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1959, pp. 152-53.

Jump, John D., Byron, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1972.

Mankiewicz, Herman J., and Orson Welles, The Shooting Script: Citizen Kane, in The Citizen Kane Book, Atlantic Monthly Press, 1971, pp. 153-55.

Marchand, Leslie A., Byron: A Portrait, Alfred A. Knopf, 1970.

Martin, L. C., in Byron's Lyrics, University of Nottingham, 1948, p. 25.

Read, Herbert, Byron, The British Council, 1951, p. 24.

Review of "Hebrew Melodies," in Augustan Review, Volume 1, July, 1815, reprinted in The Romantics Reviewed, Contemporary Reviews of British Romantic Writers: Byron...

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