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Title: Lord Byron

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Subject: History
Author: Tiffany S
Date: April 9, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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There was, however; one physical illness that caused Byron problems for the rest of his life. Byron was born with clubfoot, which is a withering of a calf muscle causing a deformity in his right foot (Raphael 11). Byron was extremely sensitive about his clubfoot for most of his life and his mother sent him to many quacks to try to correct the problem so that her son could lead a normal life...

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Byron was extremely sensitive about his clubfoot for most of his life and his mother sent him to many quacks to try to correct the problem so that her son could lead a normal life. A big inspiration for many of Byron's early love poems was his cousin Mary Duff who he was deeply in love with and who also served as a symbol of unattainable love...

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