The Representation of Beauty Discourse in Lord byron's Selected Poems
SURYANDARI, Anisa Hikmah
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The beauty discourse is represented in three Lord Byron's poems. In a poem entitled She Walks in Beauty, the beauty concept emphasizes more on what is in physics such as aura, while physics is a manifestation of inner beauty. In the poem Sonnet to Genevra, the beauty concept that physical and intellectual leads to the divine. At stanzas for music, the beauty concept that is put forward is the beauty of sound that uses natural instruments. Overall it can be concluded that the concept of beauty formed by the era of Romanticism through Byron's poetry is emphasizing things that surpass the physical itself. Beauty is depicted using natural instruments that actually all these beauties lead to God.
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