Category Archives: George Gordon Byron

200 years on from the genesis of Frankenstein – Part 3

200 years on from the genesis of Frankenstein – Notes on July and August 1816 in Cologny, on the shores of Lake Geneva. 3. The light and the dark. In August the group on lake Geneva were visited by ‘The … Continue reading

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Why is Good News Rarely in the Headlines? Lord Byron Contemplates:

We often complain that death and disaster dominates the news. Why is good news rarely in the headlines? I am working on a book about Byron and am fascinated that, 200 years ago, he had the same complaint. Plus ça … Continue reading

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