Life Lessons From Byron

Life Lessons From Byron The School of Life offers radical ways to help us raid the treasure trove of human knowledge Independent on Sunday Born in Lord Byron was an English poet and a leading figure of the Romantic mov

  • Title: Life Lessons From Byron
  • Author: Matthew Bevis
  • ISBN: 9781447245742
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • The School of Life offers radical ways to help us raid the treasure trove of human knowledge Independent on Sunday Born in 1788, Lord Byron was an English poet and a leading figure of the Romantic movement A prodigious poetic gift and a scandalous private life made him famous throughout Europe, and his masterpiece, Don Juan, became the biggest selling work of the periodThe School of Life offers radical ways to help us raid the treasure trove of human knowledge Independent on Sunday Born in 1788, Lord Byron was an English poet and a leading figure of the Romantic movement A prodigious poetic gift and a scandalous private life made him famous throughout Europe, and his masterpiece, Don Juan, became the biggest selling work of the period He remains one of the most provocative, seductive voices of world literature.The Life Lessons series from The School of Life takes a great thinker and highlights those ideas most relevant to ordinary, everyday dilemmas These books emphasize ways in which wise voices from the past have urgently important and inspiring things to tell us.

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    1. I didn't enjoy this book as much as 'Life Lessons From Freud' which is another book in this series from 'The School of Life' but I'm not sure who to blame, Byron or Bevis. I felt like it said a lot without really making a point but that also seems much in line with Byron who seemed focused on the fluidity of self and life so much that committing to anything was a struggle.To be fair I probably don't have a lot in common with Byron. Bevis discusses Byron's preoccupation with going astray which is [...]

    2. A 3.5Oddly enough, this book reasonated with some musings and reflections I had, when I watched the movie "Arrival" yesterday. Please allow me to disgress a bit into the film first. Arrival discusses about how traditionally we view language, communication and time in a linear way, and with the imparting of the revelation by the Alien that these could be viewed in a "circular" and "closed loop" format, it gives a totally new discovery on how "reading" oneself and others' stream of consciousness i [...]

    3. Short but still a fun read. Byron has always been a personal hero for me but I never realized how wise his writing was.

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