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Byron as empiricist among the romantics . Butler , Marilyn . “ The Orientalism of Byron's Giaour . ” In Byron and the Limits of Fiction . Ed . Bernard Beatty and Vincent Newey . Liverpool : Liverpool University Press , 1988.
In English Romantic Irony . Cambridge , Mass .: Harvard University Press , 1980. Posits that Byron's mature works are the most masterful expressions of English romantic irony . St. Clair , William . “ The Impact of Byron's Writings .
... Robert : attacked in The Vision of Judgment , 63 , 66–69 , 71–73 ; lines imported into Don Juan , canto 1 , 67 ; mocked in English Bards , 50 ; as Mouthey in The Blues , 60 ; and Romantic tale , 78 ; target of dedication to Don Juan ...