Lord Byron: Poems. Selected by Paul Muldoon

Lord Byron: Poems. Selected by Paul Muldoon


during this sequence, a modern poet selects and introduces a poet of the prior. by means of their number of poems and by means of the non-public and significant reactions they convey of their prefaces, the editors supply insights into their very own paintings in addition to offering an available and passionate creation to an important poets in our literature. She walks in good looks, just like the evening Of cloudless climes and starry skies; And all that is better of darkish and vibrant Meet in her element and her eyes: therefore mellowed to that smooth mild Which heaven to gaudy day denies - "She Walks in Beauty".

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