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Holmes explained that Romantic poets and writers, including Keats, Byron, and the Shelleys—Percy Blythe and Mary—read deeply in science, incorporating the latest theories in astronomy, evolution, and physics into their poems and novels.Who Said Science and Art Were Two Cultures? - Issue 108: Change|Kevin Berger|November 17, 2021|Nautilus
While the power Byron wields over Hazel is inherently chilling, there is more warmth between her and Herbert.
One episode opens with a TV news segment on the Gogols, which Byron spontaneously starts directing when Hazel ventures off-script.
Serge, a Roman nose and swarthy menace, eyes seductive and haunted, Lord Byron crooning lewd chansons.Jane Birkin is back with a new album, but her presence is everlasting|Jeff Weiss|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
This is a place where Byron York is a celebrity, Andrew Breitbart a fallen hero, and Ronald Reagan a God.
Like all Western interventionists, Byron made his share of miscalculations and blunders.
Hardly an apologist for Vienna, Byron still found these tracts too extreme and in need of censoring.
Exile had also given Byron his first taste of insurrection and intrigue.
Byron certainly embodied more than even their combined share of vices.
The following poem entitled "Weedless," after Byron's "Darkness," gives a vivid description of the world without tobacco.
Byron wrote dashingly about 'sublime Tobacco,' but I do not think he carried the practice to excess.
Among these may still be seen the rudely cut letters of the names of Byron, Sheridan and Peele.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
British commodore Byron sailed from the Downs in the Dolphin, on his voyage round the world.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Sit down in that corner behind the bookcase and I'll read to you from one of the old poets, Byron, belike.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton