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    (January 22, 1788-April 19, 1824)
    Died in Missolonghi, Greece
    Birth name was George Gordon Byron
    British Poet
    Wrote 'Don Juan' and 'The Vision of Judgement'
    He was very arrogant.
    He had low respect for women.
    During his final days he ignored the advice of his doctors.
    His weight often fluctuated and he dieted constantly.
    He rejected his offspring.
    He had many affairs during his unsuccessful marriage.
    He suffered from depression.
    He is known as one of history's foremost poets.
    He was the sixth Baron Byron, thus referred to as Lord.
    The image of the 'Byronic hero' is coined after him.
    He held poet Percy Bysshe Shelley in high respect, calling him the 'least selfish and the mildest of men.'
    He was in Missolonghi, preparing to lead an army of 2000 mercenaries to the relief of Lepanto just before he took ill and died.
    Many women were obsessed with him.

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