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She Walks in Beauty by: George Gordon Byron, Lord Bryon. By: Justin Rieling and Kristi Warner. Name: George Gordon Noel Byron, 6 th Baron Byron Born January 22,1788 in London, England

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    1. She Walks in Beauty by: George Gordon Byron, Lord Bryon By: Justin Rieling and Kristi Warner

    2. Name: George Gordon Noel Byron, 6th Baron Byron • Born January 22,1788 in London, England • He was born with a club foot. A club foot is a deformed foot. Growing up he was sensitive to his lameness.

    3. it was rumored that May Gray, the nurse of George Gordon Noel Byron, made physical advances on him when he was nine. • It was rumored he was homosexual.

    4. Byron and his parents

    5. Byron Byron’s father Byron’smother

    6. We found this information onthe internet.

    7. Who is the poem’s speaker? The poem’s speaker is 3rd person. We know know this because it is talking about another person other than himself and not talking directly to the person. The specific clues are the pronouns she and her.

    8. What is the poem’s structure? The poem’s structure is two stanzas. There are two sentences in the first stanza and one in the second. There is nothing unusual about its punctuation.

    9. What images activate your senses? The “cloudless climes” “starry skies” “gaudy day” “raven tress” “serenely sweet express” “tints that glow” The senses that are affected are taste and sight.

    10. Poetic devices alliteration- cloudless climes had half which waves serenely sweet so soft, so tints that

    11. Poetic devices Cont. assonance- gaudy day had half personification- smiles that win

    12. Similes and metaphors similes- beauty like the night

    13. This poem has a regular meter. It is iambic tetrameter. The meter is constant. The poem’s scheme is ABABABCDCDCDEFEFEF

    14. The poems meaning is if your mind is at peace and love is innocent you will look beautiful. We decided on this meaning because of the last three lines and the first line. This poem is not unusual, many authors write about their own love.

    15. The tone of the poem is peaceful and admiring. The mood creates a peaceful and warm environment. The mood and tone are constant.

    16. Words we did not know gaudy- bright and very noticeable clime- altitude 2. Climate

    17. The title of the poem is half the first line.