What Lord Byron Learned from Lady Caroline LambEuropean Romantic Review (2005)
AbstractLady Caroline Lamb fictionalized the Byronic persona in Glenarvon (1816) and gave voice to the female characters that remain largely silent in Byron’s early work. Byron responded to her mimicry and to the female perspective of Glenarvon by creating a feminized hero and strong speaking roles for women in Don Juan, though his stated purpose was to undermine, not uphold, feminine power.
- Lord Byron,
- Lady Caroline Lamb
Publication DateJuly, 2005
Citation InformationPaul Douglass. "What Lord Byron Learned from Lady Caroline Lamb" European Romantic Review Vol. 16 Iss. 3 (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/paul_douglass/21/