The germ of byronism may be clearly detected already in the Wertherism of those times.
So it is with the great convulsion of Nature which was known as byronism.
At all events the beginning of byronism—of the outward, visible byronism, that is to say—is there.
It was perhaps partly one of the general results of the Revolutionary insanity earlier, partly a symptom or sequel of byronism.
byronism, interposed Litvinov, the romanticism of the thirties.
If you are really so attracted to byronism, why not have chosen a suitable quotation from Lermontov?
byronism was a revolt against artificiality; the new pessimism is a revolt in its favour.
And Chopin, so dandified in his byronism; the dreamy poet of those who suffer from neurosis!
byronism tended towards the desert; the new pessimism towards the restaurant.
1823, pertaining to or resembling British poet George Gordon, 6th Baron Byron (1788-1824).
Perfect she was, but as perfection is
Insipid in this naughty world of ours,
Where our first parents never learn'd to kiss
Till they were exiled from their earlier bowers,
Where all was peace, and innocence, and bliss
(I wonder how they got through the twelve hours),
Don Jose like a lineal son of Eve,
Went plucking various fruit without her leave.
[from "Don Juan"]