Anderson, Vicki Jo. History Reborn, Volume I. Cottonwood: Zirchon Historical Research Institute, 1994.
Biographies of a variety of historical personages, including Lord George Gordon Byron.
Anderson, Vicki Jo. The Other Eminent Men of Wiford Woodruff. Cottonwood: Zirchon Historical Research Institute, 1994.
Biographies of a variety of historical personages, including Lord George Gordon Byron.
The Bad Lord Byron. Dir. David Macdonald. Timeless Video, 1994.
The video release of the 1949 film detailing the notorious life and loves of Lord Byron.
Baeza, Jose. Historias de Lord Byron. Mexico: Porrua, 1994.
Bagabas, Omar Abdullah. Byron's Representation of the Orient in 'Childe Harold's Pilgrimage', 'Don Juan' and 'The Oriental Tales'. Diss. U of Essex, 1993. Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994. 95067450.
Baker, Nigel. "Byron and Childe Harold in Portugal." BJ 22 (1994): 43-49.
Bate, Jonathan. "Apeing Romanticism." English Comedy. ed. Michael Cordner, Peter Holland, and John Kerrigan. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP, 1994: 221-40.
Beaumont, Gwen. "Byron's Friend Napier." BJ 22 (1994): 80.
Bouzza, A. "Lord Byron's Pack." The Nabokovian 33 (1994): 15-16.
Brewer, William D. The Shelley-Byron Conversation. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 1994.
Brownstein, Rachel M. "Romanticism, a Romance: Jane Austen and Lord Byron, 1813-1815." Persuasions 16 (1994): 175.
Byron, George Gordon. Lord Byron: Selected Poems. New York: Gramercy Books, 1994.
Byron, George Gordon. "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage." Venice. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1994.
This book contains works by a variety of authors writing on the city of Venice.
Byron, George Gordon. The Works of Lord Byron: with an Introduction and Bibliography. Hertfordshire, Eng.: Wordsworth Editions, 1994.
Christensen, Jerome. "Don Picaro: Lord Byron and the Reclassification of the Picaresque." The Picaresque: A Symposium on the Rogue's Tale. ed. Carmen Benito-Vessels and Michael Zappala. Newark: U of Delaware P, 1994.
Cochran, Peter. "The Transmission of the Texts of Byron's The Vision of Judgement." N&Q 41 (1994): 344-47.
Cochran, Peter. "A Note on the Text of Manfred II." BJ 22 (1994): 79.
Cox, Jeffrey N. "A Materialist Critique of English Romantic Drama." Crit 36 (1994): 464-7.
Survey of individual plays by various playwrights, followed by a more detailed account of Byron's dramas and how they corresponded with the political, economic and social scenes of the time.
Cronin, Richard. "Mapping Childe Harold I and II." BJ 22 (1994): 14.
Davies, Lloyd Guy. On Reading Nature: Romanticism, Textuality, and the Alps. Diss. Duke U, 1993. Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994. 3039A.
Diakanova, Nina. "Heine as an Interpreter of Byron." BJ 22 (1994): 63-65.
Elison, Budini. Byron and Poetic Action: A Study in Mobility. Diss. U of Texas, 1993.Ann Arbor, 1994.: DAI 94066870.
Elledge, Paul. "Talking Through the Grate: Interdict and Mediation in Byron's Pilgrimage, Canto 3." Essays in Literature 21.2 (1994): 200-18.
The fact that Byron's wife abandoned him is crucial to understanding his thoughts and feelings in the third canto of the poem.
Freeman, Brian Gilbert. Ironist Theory and Literature: The Economic Nexus of Public and Private Discourse in Rousseau, Byron, Scott, and Balzac. Diss. Harvard, U 1993. Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994. 94081232.
Furseth, Eric Paul. The Ethics of Perversity: The Wisdom of Sacrifice in Byron's Historical Tragedies. Diss. Washington State U, 1993. Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994. 94066873.
Giddey, Ernest. "Repetition in Byron's Don Juan: A Few Reflections." Repetition. ed. Andreas Fischer. Tubingen: Narr, 1994. 145-56.
Gidding, Joshua Walden. "Byron After Wordsworth: Byron's Poetic Relation to Wordsworth." Diss. U. of Southern California, 1994.
The effect of Wordsworth's poetry on Lord Byron.
Greenleaf, Monika. "Pushkin's Byronic Apprenticeship: A Problem in Cultural Syncretism." The Russian Review 53.3 (1994): 382-99.
Explains Pushkin's adaptation and revision of the Byronic style to achieve a relationship with the public equivalent to that of Byron's.
Hansel, Fanny Mendelssohn. Three Songs on Poems by Lord Byron: High Voice and Piano. Bryn Mawr, PA: Arts Venture, 1994.
Hope, Alan and John Whitehouse. "HMS Byron." BJ 22 (1994): 91-96.
Jorvit, Michael M. Michael Horvit: A Composer Portrait. Albany Records, 1994.
Recording including several works based on the poetry of Lord Byron.
Joukovsky, Nicholas A. "Wordsworth's Lost Article on Byron and Southey." RES (1994): 496-516.
The Writer presents Wordsworth's "response to Byron's attack on Southey in the appendix to The Two Foscari."
Kahf, Mohja. "The Muslim Woman in Western Literature from Romance to Romanticism." Diss. Rutgers State U of New Jersey, Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994. AA19511487.
Keates, Jonathan. "The Intelligence of Byron's plays." Review of Byron's Historical Dramas, by Richard Lansdown. TLS 18 (Feb. 1994): 6.
Kelsall, Malcolm. "Totemism and Totalitarianism: Pope, Byron, and the Hanoverian Monarchy." Forum for Modern Language Studies 30.4 (1994): 329-40.
"Letters of Poets and Potentates Sold to Restore Stately Home." Guardian 13 Oct. 1994.
Signed letters from George III and Lord Byron sold at Christie's auction house in London on Oct. 12, 1994.
Levine, A. "Kansas City Composer Meets Regency Dandy--Virgil Thomson's Lord Byron." Opera and the Golden West: the Past, Present, and Future of Opera in the USA. Hampstead: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1994. 217-32.
MacDonald, D.L. "Childhood Abuse as Romantic Reality: The Case of Byron." Literature and Psychology 40.1-2 (1994): 24-48.
This article explores the effect of child abuse on Lord Byron's personal life and writings.
Marchand, Leslie A. ed. 'What Comes Uppermost': Byron's Letters and Journals. Newark: U of Delaware P, 1994.
McCalla, Arthur H. "Byron and Ballanche's Historical Theodicy." Nineteenth-Century French Studies 22 (1994): 379.
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix. Mendelssohn Songs. Hyperion, 1994.
A recording of the composer's works, some of which were inspired by Lord Byron's poetry.
Mitgang, Herbert. "How Writers Thought For All the World to See." New York Times 28 July 1994, late ed.: C11.
Includes description of exhibit in NYPL Berg Collection: 250 original manuscripts and a letter from Lord Byron.
Morillo, John Dixon. "Uneasy Feeling: The Discourse of the Passions in Neoclassical and Romantic Poetry." Diss. U of Chicago, 1994.
Explores the historical and political context of John Dennis, Alexander Pope, William Wordsworth, and Lord Byron as it relates to the element of passion in their works.
Murphy, Martin. "Lady Caroline Lamb, Lady Holland and the Page Beating." BJ 22 (1994): 91-92.
Pasco, Allan H. "Toppling from Mt. Olympus: The Romantic Hero." Epoch and Epoch: Essays on the Interpretation and History of a Genre. ed. Steven M. Oberhelman, Kelly Van, and Richard J. Golsan.: Texas Tech UP, 1994. 233-47.
Platero, Daniele Calvo. Lordos Vyron. Athena: "Nea Synora" Ekdotikos Organismos Livane, 1994.
Prest, John. Review of Bentham, Byron, and Greece: Constitutionalism, Nationalism and Early Liberal Political Thought, by F. Rosen. HJ 37 (1994): 705-08.
Purinton, Marjean D. Romantic Ideology Unmasked: The Mentally Constructed Tyrannies in Dramas of William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, andJoanna Baillie. Newark: U of Delaware P, 1994.
Queenan, Joe. "A Sure Tip-off." Barron's, 6 May 1994, 55.
Rawes, Alan. "Was Byron or Was He Not? Further Thoughts on Byron's Numerology." BJ 22 (1994): 87.
Redfield, Kay Jameson. "Images in Psychiatry: George Gordon, Lord Byron 1788-1824." American Journal of Psychiatry 151 (1994): 480-81.
Reiner, Carl. Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks: 2000 and thirteen. Rhino Records, 1994.
Selections from the series of "2,000-year-old man". These sketches performed by Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks, including some comedy based on Lord Byron.
Rommel, Thomas. "So Soft, So Sweet, So Delicately Clear: A Computer-Assisted Analysis of Accumulated Words and Phrases in Lord Byron's Epic Poem Don Juan." Literary and Linguistic Computing 9.1 (1994): 7-12.
Rosa, George M. "Byron, Mme de Steal, Schlegel, and the Religious Motif in Armance." CL 46 (1994): 346-71.
An exploration of the effect that Lord Byron's history at Coppet had on Stendhal's Armance.
Saglia, Diego. "Spain and Byron's Construction of Place." BJ 22 (1994): 14.
Scrivener, Michael. "Zion Alone is Forbidden: Historicizing Antisemitism in Byron's The Age of Bronze." KSJ 43 (1994): 75-97.
Schroth, Randall Evans. A Patheon of Dragons: Images of Vermicular Monstrance in English Literature from "Beowulf" through "The Cantos". Diss. U of Colorado, !994. Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994.
Sharafuddin, Mohammed. Islam and Romantic Orientalism: Literary Encounters with the Orient. London: Tauris, 1994.
Sheen, Michael, narr. Great Poets of the Romantic Age. Audiocassette. Naxos Audiobooks, 1994.
Siskin, Clifford. "The Lyric Mix: Romanticism, Genre, and the Fate of Literature." WC 25.1 (1994): 7-10.
Soderholm, James. "Byron's Luddic Lyrics." SEL 34 (1994): 739-51.
Thomson, Alastair W. "In My Turn: Byron's 'The Vision of Judgement'." ES 75 (1994): 523-35.
Voisine, Jacques. "Quatre Poetes Epistoliers; Gray, Burns, Keats, Byron." EA 47.3 (1994): 267-83.
Wasserman, J.G. " 'A Buzz in a Box': The Reopening of the Drury Lane Theater." BJ 22 (1994): 70-79.
Watson, Nicola J. "Transfiguring Byronic Identity." At the Limits of Romanticism: Essays in Cultural, Feminist and Materialist Criticism. ed. Mary Favret and Nicola J Watson. Bloomington: Indiana P, 1994.
Wolf, Manfred. "The Aphorism." Etc. 51 (1994): 432-39.
The author examines aphorisms in their historical context, citing examples from a number of writers, including Lord Byron.
Womack, Kenneth. "$2f as in Byron: Addressing the Need for a Standardized System of Russian Transliteration in the Humanities." Editors' Notes 13.1 (1994): 31-6.
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