By Bernard Beatty
First released in 1985. what kind of poem is Don Juan, and the way does it preserve its momentum via its lengthy and sometimes suffering narrative? those are the questions that Bernard Beatty proposes during this refined and chic dialogue of Byron’s masterwork. The legend of Don Juan used to be entrenched in ecu literature and different arts lengthy earlier than it got here below Byron’s palms, but Byron’s therapy of the tale is frequently virtually unrecognisably faraway from its forebears. Beatty exhibits how deeply Byron has assimilated his predecessors which will produce his personal paintings.
The sustained argument of this booklet increases questions of curiosity not just to scholars of Byron yet of comedy often, in addition to of where of non secular motifs in it appears secularised modes.
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Byron's Don Juan: Volume 3 (Routledge Library Editions: Lord Byron) by Bernard Beatty