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    She Walks In Beauty Sandy Jackson ENG125: Intro to Literature Instructor:  Jaclyn Mallan-King February 18, 2013 Three elements in the poem “She Walks In Beauty” are rhythm, rhyme, theme, and a fourth is language. The theme “She Walks In Beauty” is what caught my eye. She walks in beauty, I’m thinking about a beautiful woman walking along the shore of the beach with wind blowing her hair in the moonlight. The stars are out and the moonlight is glistening from the water. The theme is the setting

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    "She Walks in Beauty," The Analysis She Walks in Beauty is a poem in which the author speaks of the physical beauty of a woman; a female who the author encountered. This encounter lead him to visualize a great distinct physical image of her so he began to speak of this phenomenal attractiveness. A special quality in her was being able to be identified with the heaven. Beautiful like the stars and clearly visible as a cloudless night. The poem "She Walks in Beauty" came by as an inspiration to the

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    beautiful cousin, attended the party in a black mourning dress. The poet became captivated by his cousin’s alluring beauty; her fair face contrasting with her dark hair and dress. Inspired by the opposing shades that created such an attractive woman, he wrote a poem about her in 1814 (Gamber). In Lord Byron’s

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    “She Walks in Beauty” is a poem that uses juxtaposition to help emphasize the object of magnificence. Daniel Moran, a secondary school teacher of English and American literature, states that the object is “made beautiful by a perfect combination of opposites” (Moran 276). Uma Kukathas, a freelance writer and editor, further explains that “Byron overturns the reader’s expectations by associating beauty with darkness rather than light and also by showing how light and darkness merge to create a perfect

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    Byron seeks to captivate the essence of a mysterious woman’s beauty through his almost fairy-tale description of her. Written in the 1700s at a time when women were expected to be delicate and assume the role of puppets for their puppeteer men, the woman was juxtaposed between conventional and unconventional norms of beauty. The first line is one such example of him describing her beauty in unconventional terms. ‘She walks in beauty, like the night’ Night is not normally described as being beautiful;

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    tone in this poem is completely different from “She Walks in Beauty”. The tone that the poet uses is very sarcastic and he seems like he is disrespecting women. The poet in this poem acts as if the lady he is describing is not beautiful like she is just a regular average woman. Upon reading the title it seems as though he is disagreeing with someone who says her eyes are like the sun. Once you read the poem and come back to the title he tells how she may not be as beautiful as the other women or as

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    a ball while meeting his cousin by marriage. Her unusual beauty struck Byron and the poem was written the morning after. It is said that “She walks in beauty” is one of Byron’s most famous piece. ”She walks in beauty, like the night of cloudless dimes and stairy night’’ The poem starts with a description of how the beauty of a woman is like the night, which is quite an odd way to say that she was beautiful. Normally a woman’s beauty would be compared to a summer’s day, like another former author

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    create the fulfillment of beauty in the most simplest of ways. George Gordon Byron, also known as Lord Byron, successfully defines this comparison in “She Walks in Beauty.” Someone’s or something’s beauty is elucidated to have more levels than one. “Free beauty” justifies that beauty is the full “ambiance” rather than just what the eye can merely see (Neeler). With this poem, Byron chooses to use two unusual forces to explain the beauty of a woman. In “She Walks in Beauty,” Byron’s use of the comparison

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    “She Walks in Beauty” is a great little poem written by Lord Byron (George Gordon) which is written in iambic tetrameter, this specific meter usually found in hymns are associated with sincerity, and simplicity. iambic tetrameter is a great choice in my opinion, it fits perfectly with the text. Bryson writes this poem about Robert Wilmot’s wife, Mrs Wilmot, Byron really tries to convey the love the speaker feels towards a stunning women walking with her own aura of beauty. The author speaks about

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    Explication of “She Walks in Beauty” Lord George Gordon Byron was born on the 22nd of January 1788, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest British poets. Byron was one of the leading figures of the Romantic Movement in early 19th century England, which resulted in the Byron’s sexual antics becoming just as notable as his poetry. In 1813 Byron wrote one of his most famous pieces work She Walks in Beauty. It is widely accepted that Byron wrote this poem after he met Anne Beatrix Wilmot, who was

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