She Walks In Beauty by Lord Byron deals with the power of instant attraction. Content, ideas, language and structure are explored. Comparisons and alternative interpretations are also considered.
In this poem, what kind of beauty does Byron describe?
Both outward appearances and inner goodness
Which rhyme scheme does Byron use?
In the line 'And all that's best of dark and bright' which literary device is Byron using?
What does the word 'eloquent' (stanza 3) mean?
Clearly expressing something
Where is Byron thought to have actually first seen the woman he is describing?
While out horse riding
When walking in the park
At a party
Why does Byron use enjambment repeatedly?
Byron wants to highlight the emotional state of the speaker
Byron wants to make the poem difficult to follow
Byron wrote quickly and could not always be bothered with punctuation
In the line 'Which heaven to gaudy day denies' which literary device does Byron make use of?