The Multi-man Genre and Poe's Byrons
Mellen, 1987 - 140 pages
This work contends that Poe's use of Byron as antagonist was an example of the fragmentation of character - using reflections of Byron as seen by himself, by Poe, by his adulators and defamers - for literary effect.
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