Additional Resources for She Walks in Beauty by George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron

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Bernbaum, Ernest, Guide through the Romantic Movement, The Ronald Press Co., 1949.

Bernbaum's work includes many minor figures from the Age of Romanticism, giving readers a better sense of the time than they might have gotten from just reading the standard synopses of the age.

Bostetter, Edward E., The Romantic Ventriloquists: Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Shelley, and Byron, University of Washington Press, 1963.

The tone of this study is a little dry, but Bosetter captures the important details of Byron's life.

Christensen, Jerome, Lord Byron's Strength: Romantic Writing and Commercial Society, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995.

Christensen presents a study of the poet's career using modern marketing theory.

Levine, Alice, "Byron and the Romantic Composer," in Lord Byron and His Contemporaries, edited by Charles E. Robinson, University of Delaware Press, 1982, pp. 178-203.

Since this poem was originally published with others that were to be put to music, Levine's detailed search for musical...

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