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...ewed things while writing the novel. It is very important to examine the context of when something is written and this helped with that immensely.
Garber, Frederick. Self, Text, and Romantic Irony, the Example of Byron. Princeton, NJ, Princeton Univ., 1988. Print.
Not a very important research was used with this text. Just gave me a good understanding of the history's representation of Byron.
Manning, Peter J. Byron and His Fictions. Detroit, Wayne State UP, 1978. Print.
Helped me find the works Byron wrote that had the Byronic figure in it. Gave me a better understanding of who he was and what he wrote.
Martin, Phillip W. Byron, A Poet Before His Time. Cambridge, Cambridge UP, 1982. Print.
Much like a lot of the references, this was just a way for me to leanr a little bit about Byron and the world he wrote in. And the impact of what he wrote had on the world.
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