Byron himself referred to the poems as his Eastern tales; see BLJ, 3:157.
I will combat lustily--" (to John Murray, 14 November 1813, BLJ, 3:165).
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4) Letter to Murray of 4 December 1813, BLJ, III, 191-92.
5) Famously, he also asserts: 'Stick to the East;--the oracle, Sta*el, toldme it was the only poetical policy' (letter to Moore of 28 August 1813, BLJ, III, 101).
All subsequent references to Byron's letters will be abbreviated BLJ.
See Byron's letters to Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Leigh Hunt in BLJ 4: 286, 4:318.
Marchand, 12 volumes (Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1973-1982) 9:152, 10:115; hereafter cited parenthetically in the text as BLJ
I never can forgive that woman, or breathe in comfort under the same roof" (November 30, 1808; BLJ I.
The third situation--Byron's desire to be in-noxious--is represented by the figure the young Lord cuts in Albania when he complains of the homosexual advances of a powerful Pasha--yet another repetition of the abusive persecutions perpetuated by his fantasmic parental couple May Grey and Lord Grey--by rhetorically dressing himself up as an "`ingenuous youth'" (Letter to Hobhouse, August 16, 1810; BLJ II.
McGann follows the usual custom in this quote of using BLJ
to refer to Byron's Letters & Journals, ed.
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