In another letter to John M.B. You'll lose your life, and I shall lose my place, My mistress all, for that half-girlish face. Beattie's _Minstrel_, Bk. Sweet is a legacy, and passing sweet[v] The unexpected death of some old lady, Or gentleman of seventy years complete, Who've made "us youth"[61] wait too--too long already, For an estate, or cash, or country seat, Still breaking, but with stamina so steady, That all the Israelites are fit to mob its Next owner for their double-damned post-obits.[w]. riots were in full swing, and (see the _MorningChronicle_, November 29, 1809) "there was considerable tumult in thepit." ], [74] The Spanish "Cortejo" is much the same as the Italian "CavalierServente.". In thoughts like these true Wisdom may discern Longings sublime, and aspirations high, Which some are born with, but the most part learn To plague themselves withal, they know not why: 'T was strange that one so young should thus concern His brain about the action of the sky;[o] If _you_ think 't was Philosophy that this did, I can't help thinking puberty assisted. Alfonso first examined well their fashion, And then flew out into another passion. ], [av] _I thought of dyeing it the other day_.--[MS. Brave men were living before Agamemnon[22] And since, exceeding valorous and sage, A good deal like him too, though quite the same none; But then they shone not on the poet's page, And so have been forgotten:--I condemn none, But can't find any in the present age Fit for my poem (that is, for my new one); So, as I said, I'll take my friend Don Juan. line 1, p. 506, note 1. If ever I should condescend to prose, I'll write poetical commandments, which Shall supersede beyond all doubt all those That went before; in these I shall enrich My text with many things that no one knows, And carry precept to the highest pitch: I'll call the work "Longinus o'er a Bottle,[au] Or, Every Poet his _own_ Aristotle.". He created an immensely popular Romantic hero—defiant, melancholy, haunted by secret guilt—for which, to many, he seemed the model. [ac] What may this midnight violence betide, A sudden fit of drunkenness or spleen? Ambition was my idol, which was broken Before the shrines of Sorrow, and of Pleasure; And the two last have left me many a token O'er which reflection may be made at leisure: Now, like Friar Bacon's Brazen Head, I've spoken, "Time is, Time was, Time's past:"[91]--a chymic treasure Is glittering Youth, which I have spent betimes-- My heart in passion, and my head on rhymes. "At least, perhaps, he has not sixty years, At that age he would be too old for slaughter, Or for so young a husband's jealous fears-- (Antonia! (See _Poetical Works_ ofRobert Southey, 1838, x. I told her, 'Nothing,--but yourhusband is coming.' I cannot know what Juan thought of this, But what he did, is much what you would do; His young lip thanked it with a grateful kiss, And then, abashed at its own joy, withdrew In deep despair, lest he had done amiss,-- Love is so very timid when 't is new: She blushed, and frowned not, but she strove to speak, And held her tongue, her voice was grown so weak. (Signs of true genius, and of empty pockets.) Don Juan. Alfonso paused a minute--then begun Some strange excuses for his late proceeding; He would not justify what he had done, To say the best, it was extreme ill-breeding; But there were ample reasons for it, none Of which he specified in this his pleading: His speech was a fine sample, on the whole, Of rhetoric, which the learned call "_rigmarole._". Read Full Text and Annotations on Don Juan Dedication at Owl Eyes. ], {21}[d] _Wishing each other damned, divorced, or dead_.--[MS. Her glossy hair was clustered o'er a brow Bright with intelligence, and fair, and smooth; Her eyebrow's shape was like the a�rial bow, Her cheek all purple with the beam of youth, Mounting, at times, to a transparent glow, As if her veins ran lightning; she, in sooth, Possessed an air and grace by no means common: Her stature tall--I hate a dumpy woman. Were there not also Russians, English, many? 'Willing to wound and _not_ afraid to strike, until he receives a blow in return, he has not yet betrayed any illegal ardour, or Irish alacrity, in accepting the defiances, and resenting the disgraceful terms which his proneness to evil-speaking have (sic) brought upon him. 1. would that I had died Ere such a monster's victim I had been! There is a dangerous silence in that hour, A stillness, which leaves room for the full soul To open all itself, without the power Of calling wholly back its self-control; The silver light which, hallowing tree and tower, Sheds beauty and deep softness o'er the whole, Breathes also to the heart, and o'er it throws A loving languor, which is not repose. He was famously described by Lady Caroline Lamb I have denied this long ago--but, even were it true,Locke tells us, that all his knowledge of human understanding wasderived from studying his own mind. --_Marginal Notes in Revise_. ], [v] _Sweet is a lawsuit to the attorney--sweet, etc_.--[MS. 'T is sweet to hear the watch-dog's honest bark Bay deep-mouthed welcome as we draw near home; 'T is sweet to know there is an eye will mark Our coming, and look brighter when we come;[u] 'T is sweet to be awakened by the lark, Or lulled by falling waters; sweet the hum Of bees, the voice of girls, the song of birds, The lisp of children, and their earliest words. The Missal too (it was the family Missal) Was ornamented in a sort of way Which ancient mass-books often are, and this all Kinds of grotesques illumined; and how they, Who saw those figures on the margin kiss all, Could turn their optics to the text and pray, Is more than I know--But Don Juan's mother Kept this herself, and gave her son another. cap. "Distrusted by the Democracy, disliked by the Whigs, and detested by the Tories, too much of a lawyer for the people, and too much of a demagogue for Parliament, a contestor of counties, and a Candidate for cities, the refuse of half the Electors of England, and representative at last upon sufferance of the proprietor of some rotten borough, which it would have been more independent to have purchased, a speaker upon all questions, and the outcast of all parties, his support has become alike formidable to all his enemies (for he has no friends), and his vote can be only valuable when accompanied by his Silence. Proscribed bythe Girondins, he poisoned himself to escape the guillotine, March 28,1794. Although Defiance oft declined affords A blotted shield no Shire's true knight would wear: Thersites of the House. Poor little fellow! stanza iii. As I said this in Italian with some emphasis, shestarted up in a fright, and said, _'Oh, my God, is_ he _coming? --[_Revise._]], [93] [Byron sat for his bust to Thorwaldsen, in May, 1817. According to "Boz" (_Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi_, 1846, ii. ], {80}[ax] _Must bid you both farewell in accents bland_.--[MS. ], [aa] _And supper, punch, ghost-stories, and such chat_.--[MS. Marie Jean Antoine, Marquis de Condorcet, born September 17, 1743, wasappointed President of the Legislative Assembly in 1792. ", [*E] [Possibly George Manners (1778-1853), editor of _The Satirist_,whose appointment to a foreign consulate Brougham sharply criticized inthe House of Commons, July 9, 1817 (_Parl. He had been hid--I don't pretend to say How, nor can I indeed describe the where-- Young, slender, and packed easily, he lay, No doubt, in little compass, round or square; But pity him I neither must nor may His suffocation by that pretty pair; 'T were better, sure, to die so, than be shut With maudlin Clarence in his Malmsey butt. He received, in slowly andreluctantly paid instalments, a sum of �20,000 from the Government, forproducing a chronometer which should determine the longitude within halfa degree. ", [*F] [Byron's town-house, in 1815-1816, No. he had many things to wound him. The Notion of a Nation and Byrons' Life and Don Juan Byron as a global cultural phenomenon is a radical example of fluid nationality; yet not much research has been conducted to examine the relation between Byron’s magnetic life and the notion of a nation. of Nat. Juan she saw, and, as a pretty child, Caressed him often--such a thing might be Quite innocently done, and harmless styled, When she had twenty years, and thirteen he; But I am not so sure I should have smiled When he was sixteen, Julia twenty-three; These few short years make wondrous alterations, Particularly amongst sun-burnt nations. Thus parents also are at times short-sighted: Though watchful as the lynx, they ne'er discover, The while the wicked world beholds delighted, Young Hopeful's mistress, or Miss Fanny's lover, Till some confounded escapade has blighted The plan of twenty years, and all is over; And then the mother cries, the father swears, And wonders why the devil he got heirs. 1320,1321); and Daniel Mackinnon (1791-1836), the nephew of Henry Mackinnon,who fell at Ciudad Rodrigo. More than 5000 books to choose from. possibly including full books or essays about Lord George Gordon Byron written by other authors featured on this site. He pored upon the leaves, and on the flowers, And heard a voice in all the winds; and then He thought of wood-nymphs and immortal bowers, And how the goddesses came down to men: He missed the pathway, he forgot the hours, And when he looked upon his watch again, He found how much old Time had been a winner-- He also found that he had lost his dinner. But for domestic quarrels _one_ will do. --[_Revise._]], {60}[ag] ---- _than be put_ _To drown with Clarence in his Malmsey butt_.--[MS. "Yes, Don Alfonso! Not a bonewas left of Cheops, either in the stone coffin, or in the vault, whenShaw entered the gloomy chamber. line 7, _Poetical Works_, 1899, ii. She scarcely trusted him from out her sight; Her maids were old, and if she took a new one, You might be sure she was a perfect fright; She did this during even her husband's life-- I recommend as much to every wife. Rev. I hear Alfonso's hurrying feet-- Day has not broke--there's no one in the street.". At the end of the pantomime "theFuries gather round him [Don Juan], and the Tyrant being bound in chainsis hurried away and thrown into flames." Those lonely walks, and lengthening reveries, Could not escape the gentle Julia's eyes; She saw that Juan was not at his ease; But that which chiefly may, and must surprise, Is, that the Donna Inez did not tease Her only son with question or surmise; Whether it was she did not see, or would not, Or, like all very clever people, could not. though both I spurn, he Deserves the worst, his conduct's less defensible, Because, no doubt, 't was for his dirty fee, And not from any love to you nor me. de Sta�l, and various matters for all of which the first time he and I foregather--be it in England, be it on earth--he shall account, and one of the two be carried home. Lucretius' irreligion is too strong For early stomachs, to prove wholesome food; I can't help thinking Juvenal was wrong, Although no doubt his real intent was good, For speaking out so plainly in his song, So much indeed as to be downright rude; And then what proper person can be partial To all those nauseous epigrams of Martial? "Oh Love! Her memory was a mine: she knew by heart All Calderon and greater part of Lop�; So, that if any actor missed his part, She could have served him for the prompter's copy; For her Feinagle's were an useless art,[26] And he himself obliged to shut up shop--he Could never make a memory so fine as That which adorned the brain of Donna Inez. 1847, i. Det er gratis at tilmelde sig og byde på jobs. {30}[45] [Byron's early letters are full of complaints of his mother'sviolent temper. The Ode alluded to is the famous [Greek: Phai/netai/ moi k�nos i(/sostheisin, k.t.l. 'T is not my fault--I kept good watch--Alack! "How noble is his language--never pert-- How grand his sentiments which ne'er run riot! ], [au] _I'll call the work "Reflections o'er a Bottle_."--[MS. We'll talk of that anon.--'T is sweet to hear At midnight on the blue and moonlit deep The song and oar of Adria's gondolier,[60] By distance mellowed, o'er the waters sweep; 'T is sweet to see the evening star appear; 'T is sweet to listen as the night-winds creep From leaf to leaf; 't is sweet to view on high The rainbow, based on ocean, span the sky. ], {15}[22] [Hor., _Od._, iv. With him retired his _"posse comitatus,"_ The attorney last, who lingered near the door Reluctantly, still tarrying there as late as Antonia let him--not a little sore At this most strange and unexplained "_hiatus_" In Don Alfonso's facts, which just now wore An awkward look; as he revolved the case, The door was fastened in his legal face. He is regarded as one of the greatest British poets and remains widely read and influential. This book has 733 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1837. Happy the nations of the moral North! Join our newsletter below and read them all, one at a Search, then, the room!" xxix. When people say, "I've told you _fifty_ times," They mean to scold, and very often do; When poets say, "I've written _fifty_ rhymes," They make you dread that they 'll recite them too; In gangs of _fifty_, thieves commit their crimes; At _fifty_ love for love is rare, 't is true, But then, no doubt, it equally as true is, A good deal may be bought for _fifty_ Louis. M.], [84] ["Que les hommes sont heureux d'aller � la guerre, d'exposer leurvie, de se livrer � l'enthousiasme de l'honneur et du danger! It is evident from Byron's reply to Hobhouse's remonstrancethat Medwin did not invent this incident, but that some one, perhapsFletcher's wife, had told him that his papers had been overhauled. [94], But I, being fond of true philosophy, Say very often to myself, "Alas! The Rime of The Ancient Mariner : Text; Lord George Gordon Byron. II. a jesuit priest wrote 300 aphorisms on living life called "The Art of "Go, little Book, from this my solitude! lines 27, 28. 209. "There is the closet, there the toilet, there The antechamber--search them under, over; There is the sofa, there the great arm-chair, The chimney--which would really hold a lover. \ laid in /, [j] _Defending still their Iliads and Odysseys_.--[MS. He died: and most unluckily, because, According to all hints I could collect From Counsel learn�d in those kinds of laws, (Although their talk's obscure and circumspect) His death contrived to spoil a charming cause; A thousand pities also with respect To public feeling, which on this occasion Was manifested in a great sensation. [ao], "My breast has been all weakness, is so yet; But still I think I can collect my mind;[ap] My blood still rushes where my spirit's set, As roll the waves before the settled wind; My heart is feminine, nor can forget-- To all, except one image, madly blind; So shakes the needle, and so stands the pole, As vibrates my fond heart to my fixed soul. After serving with distinction in Germany,Africa, and Provence, he was killed at Muy, near Frejus, in 1536, by astone, thrown from a tower, which fell on his head as he was leading onhis battalion. She married (I forget the pedigree) With an Hidalgo, who transmitted down His blood less noble than such blood should be; At such alliances his sires would frown, In that point so precise in each degree That they bred _in and in_, as might be shown, Marrying their cousins--nay, their aunts, and nieces, Which always spoils the breed, if it increases. Alfonso closed his speech, and begged her pardon, Which Julia half withheld, and then half granted, And laid conditions he thought very hard on, Denying several little things he wanted: He stood like Adam lingering near his garden, With useless penitence perplexed and haunted;[ai] Beseeching she no further would refuse, When, lo! "], {16}[25] [In his reply to _Blackwood_ (No. 259, 260) was amused by his"various funny stories. He was honourably acquitted. ], ["Conscienzia m'assicura, La buona compagnia che l'uom francheggia Sotto l'osbergo del sentirsi pura. The First Canto had been completed before theCountess Guiccioli appeared on the scene. "Firstproduced by Mr. Garrick on the boards of Drury Lane Theatre," it wasrecomposed by Charles Anthony Delpini, and performed at the RoyaltyTheatre, in Goodman's Fields, in 1787. 54 (Although it cost me half an hour in spinning), 55 Narrating somewhat of Don Juan's father, 56 And also of his mother, if you'd rather. What will become on 't--I'm in such a fright, The Devil's in the urchin, and no good-- Is this a time for giggling? ix. He left the room for his relinquished sword, And Julia instant to the closet flew. Byron'sfirst intention was to insert seven stanzas after stanza clxxxix.,descriptive and highly depreciatory of Brougham, but for reasons of"fairness" (_vide infra_) he changed his mind. Haste--haste! Romances paint at full length people's wooings, ... (Ford Madox Ford, Finding of Don Juan by Haidee, 1873) Byron’s footnotes are given in the annotations in square brackets []. If, after all, there should be some so blind To their own good this warning to despise, Led by some tortuosity of mind, Not to believe my verse and their own eyes, And cry that they "the moral cannot find," I tell him, if a clergyman, he lies; Should captains the remark, or critics, make, They also lie too--under a mistake. and Still gentler purchaser! No more--no more--Oh! in such a wilderness as this, Where Transport and Security entwine, Here is the Empire of thy perfect bliss, And here thou art a God indeed divine. Don Jos� and his lady quarrelled--_why_, Not any of the many could divine, Though several thousand people chose to try, 'T was surely no concern of theirs nor mine; I loathe that low vice--curiosity; But if there's anything in which I shine, 'T is in arranging all my friends' affairs, Not having, of my own, domestic cares. A year andsome months ago, I had the pleasure of seeing at Venice my friend thehonourable Douglas Kinnaird. Here is where you find links to related content on this site or other sites, And if, as I believe, thy vein be good, The World will find thee after many days. But Inez was so anxious, and so clear Of sight, that I must think, on this occasion, She had some other motive much more near For leaving Juan to this new temptation, But what that motive was, I sha'n't say here; Perhaps to finish Juan's education, Perhaps to open Don Alfonso's eyes, In case he thought his wife too great a prize. It is nopuerile vanity which induces me to publish this fact;--but Mr. Hazlittaccuses my inconsistency, and infers my inaccuracy. ]], [91] [For "How Fryer Bacon made a Brazen head to speak," see _The FamousHistorie of Fryer Bacon_ (Reprint, London, 1815, pp. ], [94] [This stanza appears to have been suggested by the followingpassage in the _Quarterly Review_, April, 1818, vol. which were in my drawers. c. ix. ], [89] [Compare _Childe Harold_, Canto III. Whate'er the cause might be, they had become Changed; for the dame grew distant, the youth shy, Their looks cast down, their greetings almost dumb, And much embarrassment in either eye; There surely will be little doubt with some That Donna Julia knew the reason why, But as for Juan, he had no more notion Than he who never saw the sea of Ocean. --Letters, 1900, iv.477. Pigot, August 9, 1806, hespeaks of her as "Mrs. Byron '_furiosa_'" (_Letters_, 1898, i. 338, note 2), is a proof that his suspicions were notaroused as to the authorship of the review of _Hours of Idleness_(_Edin. That I have chosen a confessor so old And deaf, that any other it would vex, And never once he has had cause to scold, But found my very innocence perplex So much, he always doubted I was married-- How sorry you will be when I've miscarried! Famously described as ‘mad, bad and dangerous to know’, the poet Lord Byron caused a sensation when he published the first instalments of Don Juan in 1819. God grant you feel not then the bitterest grief!-- Antonia! My poem's epic, and is meant to be Divided in twelve books; each book containing, With Love, and War, a heavy gale at sea, A list of ships, and captains, and kings reigning, New characters; the episodes are three:[as] A panoramic view of Hell's in training, After the style of Virgil and of Homer, So that my name of Epic's no misnomer. 203, 204), I am accused of having 'lauded Buonaparte to theskies in the hour of his success, and then peevishly wreaking mydisappointment on the god of my idolatry.' I thought their questions singular,frivolous, and somewhat importunate, if not impertinent: but what shouldI have thought, if I had known that they were sent to provide proofs ofmy insanity?" All Rights Reserved. ... All private favourites of Don Juan; -- for (Let deeper sages the true cause determine) He had a kind of inclination, or Weakness, for what most people deem mere vermin, Live animals: an old maid of threescore ... As going at full speed -- no matter where its ], {43}[q] _Change horses every hour from night till noon_.--[MS. Yet Jos� was an honourable man, That I must say, who knew him very well; Therefore his frailties I'll no further scan, Indeed there were not many more to tell: And if his passions now and then outran Discretion, and were not so peaceable As Numa's (who was also named Pompilius), He had been ill brought up, and was born bilious. [ae] I wish to sleep, and beg you will take care And make no further noise, till you discover The secret cavern of this lurking treasure-- And when 't is found, let me, too, have that pleasure. 379-381. If you would like to see the whole proceedings, The depositions, and the Cause at full, The names of all the witnesses, the pleadings Of Counsel to nonsuit, or to annul, There's more than one edition, and the readings Are various, but they none of them are dull: The best is that in short-hand ta'en by Gurney,[82] Who to Madrid on purpose made a journey.[83]. The allusions in stanzas xii.-xiv., and, again, in stanzasxxvii.-xxix., are, and must have been meant to be, unmistakable. Count O'Reilly did not takeAlgiers--but Algiers very nearly took him: he and his army and fleetretreated with great loss, and not much credit, from before that city,in the year 1775. 238, note 1. ], [ab] _And thus as 'twere herself from out them crept_.--[MS. --[_Marginal notes in Revise._]], [In the Delphin _Martial_ (Amsterdam, 1701) the _Epigrammata Obscaena_are printed as an Appendix (pp. The darkness of her Oriental eye Accorded with her Moorish origin; (Her blood was not all Spanish; by the by, In Spain, you know, this is a sort of sin;) When proud Granada fell, and, forced to fly, Boabdil wept:[46] of Donna Julia's kin Some went to Africa, some stayed in Spain-- Her great great grandmamma chose to remain. "Man's love is of man's life a thing apart,[al] 'T is a Woman's whole existence; Man may range The Court, Camp, Church, the Vessel, and the Mart; Sword, Gown, Gain, Glory, offer in exchange Pride, Fame, Ambition, to fill up his heart, And few there are whom these can not estrange; Men have all these resources, We but one,[84] To love again, and be again undone. you have paved the way, With your confounded fantasies, to more Immoral conduct by the fancied sway Your system feigns o'er the controlless core Of human hearts, than all the long array Of poets and romancers:--You're a bore, A charlatan, a coxcomb--and have been, At best, no better than a go-between. How beautiful she looked! I have not sought him, nor gone out of my way for him; but I will _find_ him, and then we can have it out: he has shown so little courage, that he _must_ fight at last in his absolute necessity to escape utter degradation. "In case the prose or verse of the above should be actionable, I put my name, that the man may rather proceed against me than the publisher--not without some faint hope that the brand with which I blast him may induce him, however reluctantly, to a manlier revenge. "[am], "You will proceed in pleasure, and in pride,[an] Beloved and loving many; all is o'er For me on earth, except some years to hide My shame and sorrow deep in my heart's core: These I could bear, but cannot cast aside The passion which still rages as before,-- And so farewell--forgive me, love me--No, That word is idle now--but let it go. Francis back to reason.'"--[_MS. And if in the mean time her husband died, But Heaven forbid that such a thought should cross Her brain, though in a dream! [54] [See Coleridge's _Biographia Literaria_, chap. Can anyone tell me where to find a translation in Dutch from the following verse: --"Quote the whole then--it was only in compliance with your_settentrionale_ notions that I left out the remnant of theline."--[B. ], "Him rival to the gods I place; Him loftier yet, if loftier be, Who, Lesbia, sits before thy face, Who listens and who looks on thee. This heathenish cross restored the breed again, Ruined its blood, but much improved its flesh; For from a root the ugliest in Old Spain Sprung up a branch as beautiful as fresh; The sons no more were short, the daughters plain: But there's a rumour which I fain would hush,[l] 'T is said that Donna Julia's grandmamma Produced her Don more heirs at love than law. ; [lib. ], [55] [Juan Boscan, of Barcelona (1500-1544), in concert with his friendGarcilasso, Italianized Castilian poetry. "Was it for this you took your sudden journey, Under pretence of business indispensable With that sublime of rascals your attorney, Whom I see standing there, and looking sensible Of having played the fool? in the_British Review_ (No. And Julia sate with Juan, half embraced And half retiring from the glowing arm, Which trembled like the bosom where 't was placed; Yet still she must have thought there was no harm, Or else 't were easy to withdraw her waist; But then the situation had its charm, And then--God knows what next--I can't go on; I'm almost sorry that I e'er begun. The sun set, and up rose the yellow moon: The Devil's in the moon for mischief; they Who called her CHASTE, methinks, began too soon Their nomenclature; there is not a day, The longest, not the twenty-first of June, Sees half the business in a wicked way, On which three single hours of moonshine smile-- And then she looks so modest all the while! Dare you suspect me, whom the thought would kill? line 2. He published his_M�moires_ (Hamburg et Leipsic), 1794. quo' she: Ay, boots, quo' he. and Julia 'Fire!' And, then, there are such things as Love divine, Bright and immaculate, unmixed and pure, Such as the angels think so very fine, And matrons, who would be no less secure, Platonic, perfect, "just such love as mine;" Thus Julia said--and thought so, to be sure; And so I'd have her think, were _I_ the man On whom her reveries celestial ran. The Devil's so very sly--she should discover That all within was not so very well, And, if still free, that such or such a lover Might please perhaps, a virtuous wife can quell Such thoughts, and be the better when they're over; And if the man should ask, 't is but denial: I recommend young ladies to make trial. --_Corinne, ou L'Italie_,Madame de Sta�l, liv., xviii. 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