Byron as a Poet of Nature the Search for Paradise
|Author: ||Lupak, Mario John|
Outlines the development and various responses of Byron to the various landscapes he encountered throughout his life. His presentation of them is dealt with in relation to his preoccupation with the landscape as a paradise which can only be realized by a soothing female presence: the Eve figure. The question of Wordsworth's influence on Byron is dealt with in an appendix.