History Creator / LordByron

16th Apr '18 8:49:50 PM DVB
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* He once appeared as a spirit to give advice to Billy in ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.

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* He once In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', he appeared as a spirit to give advice to temporarily possess Billy in ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.when the [[ItMakesSenseInContext latter was sleepwalkign and sucking on Grim's skull]] and act as a form of mentor.
26th Mar '18 6:12:56 AM DVB
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** Despite this, Ada Lovelace did want to know her father more and requested to be buried next to him. As for Lord Byron himself, she was his sole legitimate child and he commented on their parting as such:
---> '''Lord Byron:''' Is thy face like thy mother's my fair child! ADA! sole daughter of my house and heart?
31st Oct '17 9:20:12 AM dlchen145
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George Gordon Byron, [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever 6th Baron Byron]] (1788-1824), was a {{Romantic|ism}} poet, womaniser, and revolutionary. He gave his name to the ByronicHero trope, by [[WriteWhoYouKnow writing about Byronic heroes and being one in real life]].

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George Gordon Byron, [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever 6th Baron Byron]] (1788-1824), (22 January 1788 19 April 1824), was a {{Romantic|ism}} poet, womaniser, and revolutionary. He gave his name to the ByronicHero trope, by [[WriteWhoYouKnow writing about Byronic heroes and being one in real life]].
13th Jun '17 9:23:56 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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His poems include the semi-autobiographical ''Childe Harold's Pilgrimage'' and the long NarrativePoem AlternateCharacterInterpretation ''Literature/DonJuan''.

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His poems include the semi-autobiographical ''Childe Harold's Pilgrimage'' and the long NarrativePoem AlternateCharacterInterpretation AlternativeCharacterInterpretation ''Literature/DonJuan''.



* Augusta Leigh, his half-sister. Augusta (who was married) had a third daughter, Medora Leigh, [[BrotherSisterIncest who may (or may not) be Byron's child]].

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* Augusta Leigh, his half-sister. Augusta (who was married) had a third daughter, Medora Leigh, [[BrotherSisterIncest who may (or may not) be have been Byron's child]].
13th Nov '16 12:08:48 PM nombretomado
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* He once appeared as a spirit to give advice to Billy in ''TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.

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* He once appeared as a spirit to give advice to Billy in ''TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.
11th Jun '16 11:10:58 PM LordGro
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This is an incomplete list. In addition, Byron was [[BiTheWay bisexual]], and had homosexual lovers as a young man. He is a good real life example of a GentlemanSnarker.

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This is an incomplete list. In addition, Byron was [[BiTheWay bisexual]], bisexual, and had homosexual lovers as a young man. He is a good real life example of a GentlemanSnarker.
9th Jun '16 9:55:05 PM snarkling
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This is an incomplete list. In addition, Byron was [[AnythingThatMoves bisexual]], and had homosexual lovers as a young man. He is a good real life example of a GentlemanSnarker.

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This is an incomplete list. In addition, Byron was [[AnythingThatMoves [[BiTheWay bisexual]], and had homosexual lovers as a young man. He is a good real life example of a GentlemanSnarker.
14th May '16 4:14:43 PM nombretomado
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George Gordon Byron, [[KnightFever 6th Baron Byron]] (1788-1824), was a {{Romantic|ism}} poet, womaniser, and revolutionary. He gave his name to the ByronicHero trope, by [[WriteWhoYouKnow writing about Byronic heroes and being one in real life]].

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George Gordon Byron, [[KnightFever [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever 6th Baron Byron]] (1788-1824), was a {{Romantic|ism}} poet, womaniser, and revolutionary. He gave his name to the ByronicHero trope, by [[WriteWhoYouKnow writing about Byronic heroes and being one in real life]].
6th Sep '15 8:28:09 PM karstovich2
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* Lady Caroline's cousin, Anne Isabella Milbanke, whom Byron married. The marriage was not happy, but produced one daughter, Ada Byron. Ada later married the Earl of Lovelace, becoming known as "Ada Lovelace". Anne regarded Lord Byron's brooding Romanticism as a form of insanity, and so raised Ada with a focus on logic and mathematics; as a result, Ada came to be interested in the sciences, and worked with Charles Babbage in his development of mechanical computing machines. When Babbage designed his (never-built) Analytical Engine, it was Ada who recognised the possibility that these machines could be used to manipulate any kind of information, and not simply conduct elaborate mathematical calculations; she also wrote the world's first computer program (which was never run, as it was written for the Analytical Engine). She thus becamethe person after whom the programming language Ada was named in recognition of the oft-overlooked contribution of women to computer science. All at least in part because Lord Byron's wife thought Lord Byron was mad.

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* Lady Caroline's cousin, Anne Isabella Milbanke, whom Byron married. The marriage was not happy, but produced one daughter, Ada Byron. Ada later married the Earl of Lovelace, becoming known as "Ada Lovelace". Anne regarded Lord Byron's brooding Romanticism as a form of insanity, and so raised Ada with a focus on logic and mathematics; as a result, Ada came to be interested in the sciences, and worked with Charles Babbage in his development of mechanical computing machines. When Babbage designed his (never-built) Analytical Engine, it was Ada who recognised the possibility that these machines could be used to manipulate any kind of information, and not simply conduct elaborate mathematical calculations; she also wrote the world's first computer program (which was never run, as it was written for the Analytical Engine). She thus becamethe became the person after whom the programming language Ada was named in recognition of the oft-overlooked contribution of women to computer science. All at least in part because Lord Byron's wife thought Lord Byron was mad.
6th Sep '15 8:27:24 PM karstovich2
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* Lady Caroline's cousin, Anne Isabella Milbanke, whom Byron married. The marriage was not happy, but produced one daughter, Ada Lovelace, the first and only computer programmer for about 150 years, after whom the programming language Ada was named.

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* Lady Caroline's cousin, Anne Isabella Milbanke, whom Byron married. The marriage was not happy, but produced one daughter, Ada Byron. Ada later married the Earl of Lovelace, becoming known as "Ada Lovelace". Anne regarded Lord Byron's brooding Romanticism as a form of insanity, and so raised Ada with a focus on logic and mathematics; as a result, Ada came to be interested in the sciences, and worked with Charles Babbage in his development of mechanical computing machines. When Babbage designed his (never-built) Analytical Engine, it was Ada who recognised the possibility that these machines could be used to manipulate any kind of information, and not simply conduct elaborate mathematical calculations; she also wrote the world's first and only computer programmer program (which was never run, as it was written for about 150 years, the Analytical Engine). She thus becamethe person after whom the programming language Ada was named.named in recognition of the oft-overlooked contribution of women to computer science. All at least in part because Lord Byron's wife thought Lord Byron was mad.
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