Don Juan's journey away from Spain takes him onto a ship that wrecks in the middle of the Mediterranean ocean. I. The English Poets It is my favorite piece of writing. Aujourd'hui sur Rakuten, 80 Lord Byron Don Juan vous attendent au sein de notre rayon . But I had not quite fixed whether to make him end in Hell, or in an unhappy marriage, not knowing which would be the severest.”, In 1821, in a letter about the cantos III, IV, and V, the poet P.B. The Don Juan legend. The narrator suggests that Lady Adeline sang to dispel Don Juan's dismay. Don Juan is a somewhat-scathing, exceedingly witty, epic social commentary that was told by a revolutionary mind with great skill and reverence for the crafting of words. Before Don Juan’s story is told, Lord Byron states “I would to heaven that I were so much clay, as I am blood, bone, marrow, passion, [and] feeling. . At the slave market of Constantinople, the sultana sees Don Juan up for sale, and orders him bought and then disguised as a girl, in order to sneak him into her chambers. , About the works of Wordsworth, Byron said: “ ’Tis poetry — at least by his assertion” (IV.5), Byron’s ‘Don Juan’, stanza 60 of Canto XI John Keats, who was killed off by one critique, Being a man of noble character, Don Juan rescues a ten-year-old Muslim girl from two Christian Cossacks intent upon raping and killing her for being a pagan. Haidée despairs at losing her lover, and eventually dies of a broken heart, whilst pregnant with Don Juan's child. . Don Juan begins with a dedication to Robert Southey and William Wordsworth—both famous poets of the time, whom Byron lampoons here. The cuckold Don Alfonso punishes his faithless wife, Donna Julia, by interning her to a nunnery. In the character of Donna Inez, Byron was satirizing, against the advice of his friends, his estranged wife, Lady Byron. The Sultana of Constantinople. To deem as a most logical conclusion, Of such as these I should not care to vaunt, . Exiled from Seville. The first two cantos of Don Juan were begun in 1818 and published in July 1819. Byron himself called it an "Epic Satire" (Don Juan, c. xiv, st. 99). That on honeymoon with Lady Adeline, he saw the ghost of the Black Friar haunt the halls of the house. It was written between 1819 and 1824. Tomo I de II. Summary Juan Don Lord Byron. The problem with her is that she's a little too perfect, which makes her stuck-up. - PRECEDEES DE L'HISTOIRE DE LA VIE ET DES OUVRAGES DE LORS BYRON PAR JOHN GALT / Vie de Byron, POESIES, DON JUAN etc. Don Juan is a long, digressive satiric poem by Lord Byron, based on the legend of Don Juan, which Byron reverses, portraying Juan not as a womaniser but someone easily seduced by women. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Don Juan, by Lord Byron This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. Lord Byron is also famous for the way he lived his life. On the way, he is shipwrecked on an island in the Aegean Sea, and there meets the daughter of the pirate whose men later sell Don Juan into Turkish slavery. The company of women. Site Map. Towards the end of canto III, Byron again digresses from the adventures of Don Juan in order to insult his literary rivals, the Lake Poets, specifically William Wordsworth (1770–1850), Robert Southey (1774–1843), and Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834). Traducción en verso de traductor desconocido. Suspicious, the sultana becomes jealous and then enraged, and instructs Baba to kill Dudù and Juan in the usual manner, by drowning. Baba tells of Juana's night, but omits details about Dudù and her dream. La esposa de un rico sultán compra a Don Juan y lo disfraza de mujer para poder introducirlo furtivamente en su palacio. Don Juan is a satiric poem by Lord Byron, based on the legend of Don Juan, which Byron reverses, portraying Juan not as a womanizer but as someone easily seduced by women. of a poem in the style and manner of Beppo , encouraged by the good success of the same. Now you can read Don Juan free from the comfort of your computer or mobile phone and enjoy other many other free books by Lord Byron . Il est extrêmement difficile de trouver des ouvrages sur Lord Byron en français. Byron speaks out against his contemporary poet rivals Southey (a Tory turncoat), Wordsworth, the "intellectual eunuch Castlereagh", etc. . The narrator Byron views the country party of the Amundevilles as English ennui. The end of canto X reveals the girl's name: "Leila". . Noticing the response of her hostess, the Duchess of Fitz-Fulke gives a hard-eyed look to Don Juan, whilst the adolescent Aurora looks at him "with a kind of calm surprise". I want a hero: an uncommon want, When every year and month sends forth a … . Among his best-known works are the narrative poems Childe Harold's Pilgrimage and Don Juan. ” Lord Byron initiates the epic with the opposite distinctions of being delicate and made of something as simple as clay, to something so much complex and strong as is the human body. . With this poem Byron attacks the false respectability and social codes of the time. Lord Byron (1788-1824) The story itself is simple, almost lost among digression and comments. . Finally, Juan is taken into an imperial hall to meet the sultana, Gulbeyaz, a beautiful, twenty-six-year-old woman, who is the fourth, last, and favourite wife of the sultan. Byron began to write canto VI in June 1822, and had completed writing canto XVI in March 1823. In Spain. Lord Byron: biografia e opere DON JUAN LORD BYRON. In the event, John Johnson presents himself to Suvorov (with whom he fought in battle at Widdin, in Bulgaria) and introduces his friend Don Juan, and that both men are ready to join the Christian fight against the pagan Turks. These include Molière’s play Dom Juan, ou Le Festin de pierre (1665), Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni (1787), Lord Byron’s unfinished poem Don Juan (1819–1824) and George Bernard Shaw’s Man and Superman (1903). Traducción de José Joaquín de Mora (Aparentemente se trataría de una traducción en prosa que ha sido referenciada en escritos posteriores pero que nunca se llegó a editar.). . Don Juan and John Johnson escape the harem in company of two women. Before canto VI concludes, the narrator Byron explains that the "Muse will take a little touch at warfare.". A continuación, se producen algunas aventuras relacionadas con la aristocracia de Gran Bretaña. Long poème inachevé en dix-sept chants, Don Juan (1819-1824) est le chef-d'œuvre incontesté de lord Byron (1788-1824). The age discovers he is not the true one; Advertencia de Luarna Ediciones Este es un libro de dominio público en tanto que los derechos de autor, según la legislación ... capullo entonces del don Juan de este poema, me regó la cabeza con el contenido … At the time of Juan's ship-wrecked arrival to the island, the islanders believed that Lambro (Haidée's father) was dead, but he returns and witnesses the revels and his daughter in company of a man. Byron himself called it an "Epic Satire" (Don Juan, c. xiv, st. 99). When the woman's husband discovers her affair with the boy, Don Juan is sent to the distant city of Cádiz.  Canto I was written in September 1818, and canto II was written in December–January 1818–1819. La historia, relatada a lo largo de diecisiete cantos, comienza con el nacimiento de Don Juan. Juan is the sole survivor of the shipwreck and the escape in the long boat. Lord Byron scornfully dedicated Don Juan (1819–1824) to his artistic rival and enemy Robert Southey, who then was the incumbent Poet Laureate of Britain (1813–43); in stanza III Byron said: “You, Bob! Byron once said: ‘There are but two sentiments to which I am constant – a strong love of liberty, and a detestation of cant’ (Countess Blessington, Conversations of Lord Byron, 1834). Seduced by a ghost. This gift of life and variety is the supreme quality of Byron's chief poem.”, Learn how and when to remove these template messages, Learn how and when to remove this template message, The Trickster of Seville and the Stone Guest, "The Haunting of Villa Diodati" (2020 TV episode), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Don_Juan_(poem)&oldid=995719518, Articles needing additional references from June 2018, All articles needing additional references, Articles lacking page references from July 2018, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 1819–1824 (final cantos published posthumously), This page was last edited on 22 December 2020, at 14:56. The narrator then describes the country environs of the Amundeville estate and the décor of the estate house, which then are followed with mock-catalogues of the social activities and of the personalities of the upper-class ladies and gentlemen who are the high society of royal Britain. . When Lord Byron died in 1824, the epic satire Don Juan was incomplete, and the concluding canto XVII featured little mention of the protagonist, Don Juan, and many mentions of the literary rivals, enemies, and critics who moralistically objected to Byron’s perspectives of people, life, and society; the critical gist was: “If you are right, then everybody's wrong!” In self-defence, Byron the poet lists people who were considered revolutionaries in their fields of endeavour — such as Martin Luther (1483 –1546) and Galileo (1564–1642) — whose societies saw them as being outside the cultural mainstream of their times. Modern critics generally consider it Byron's masterpiece, with a total of more than 16,000 lines of verse. About canto V, Shelley told Byron that "Every word has the stamp of immortality. Como la mayoría de los mitos, había muchos versiones diferentes que cambian el mito para expresar ideas diferentes. At the slave market, Gulbeyaz noticed Juan, and asked Baba to secretly buy him for her, despite risking discovery by the sultan. A long satirical poem, divided into sections called ‘cantos’, Don Juan is based on the legend of the famous womaniser. The odalisques ask the reason for her screams, and Dudù relates a sexually suggestive dream, of being in a wood, like Dante, of dislodging a golden apple that tenaciously clings to the bough, of almost biting that forbidden fruit, when a bee flies out from the apple and stings her to the heart. Byron published the first two cantos anonymously. Throughout the voyage, Juan pines for the love of Donna Julia, but seasickness distracts him. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: Don Juan Author: Lord Byron Release Date: … Don Juan's father is … Byron, however, changes the focus and paints Don Juan as a figure who is easy prey to women’s romantic advances. Don Juan is a famous legendary character who has featured in many literary and musical works. Accompanying herself with a harp, Lady Adeline sings the story of the ghost of the Black Friar; Aurora is silent, whilst Lady Fitz-Fulke appears mischievous. are rather insolent, you know, / At being disappointed in your wish / To supersede all warblers here below, / And be the only Blackbird in the dish; / And then you overstrain yourself, or so, / And tumble downward like the flying fish / Gasping on the deck, because you soar too high, Bob, / And fall, for lack of moisture quite a-dry, Bob!”. At war. Which makes me wish you'd change your lakes for ocean, And Coleridge, too, has lately taken wing, . It is a variation on the epic form. Don Juan: Lord Byron – Summary and Critical Analysis Don Juan is a vast creation and it is not always interesting; there are many dull stanza s in which Byron says nothing interesting. With Haidée still in his thoughts, Juan spurns Gulbeyz's sexual advances, saying: "The prisoned eagle will not pair, nor I / Serve a sultana’s sensual phantasy." Breaking off the fight with Don Alfonso, Don Juan escapes. To assuage Suvorov to consent to the women remaining with them, Juan and John tell him that the women aided their escape from the Turks. In the morn, Don Juan's pale face turns Lady Adeline pale. In the course of battle against the Christian Russians, a Tatar Kahn and his five nobleman sons valiantly fight to the death. Share. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Don Juan. El poema termina con Canto XVII. Lord Byron retrata a Don Juan no como un mujeriego, pero si como alguien fácilmente seducido por las mujeres. Don Juan falls (often literally) into his amorous adventures, the passive recipient of the erotic attentions of a succession of aggressive women of power. — a playful satire, with as little poetry as could be helped, was what I meant.”, After the completion, but before the publication of cantos III, IV, and V, in a letter (16 February 1821) to Murray, Byron said: “The Fifth [canto] is so far from being the last of Don Juan, that it is hardly the beginning. It is a humorous poem, full of wit and brilliance but also of pathos and tragedy. Don Juan pulls back the hood to reveal the voluptuous Duchess of Fitz-Fulke. Neither his friends or publisher were keen on the work; his last mistress, Countess Teresa Guiccioli, pleaded with him to stop writing it. Cantos III and IV were written in winter of 1819–1820 and canto V was written in October–November 1820. At the slave market, Don Juan converses with an Englishman named John Johnson, telling him of his lost love Haidée, whereas the more experienced John tells him of having to flee from his third wife. , In 1824, Walter Scott said that in Don Juan Lord Byron's writing “has embraced every topic of human life, and sounded every string of the divine harp, from its slightest to its most powerful and heart-astounding tones.” In Germany, Goethe translated parts of Don Juan, because he considered Byron's writing “a work of bondless genius.”, In 1885, being neither disciple nor encomiast of Lord Byron, Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837–1909) said that the narrative strength and thematic range of Don Juan are how Byron's poetical writing excites the reader: “Across the stanzas . In the course of Russian life, Don Juan falls ill because of the climate, and Catherine returns him to England, as a Russian courtier. Truncated story. To thwart the social disgrace suggested by the appearance of sexual impropriety, Lady Adeline advises marriage to Don Juan, with which suggestion he agrees, but acknowledges that he usually is attracted to married women. In fact, Don Juan's special-envoy job is a sinecure, by which Empress Catherine secures his health, his favour, and his finances. Don Juan Summary. Unlike the more tortured early romantic works by Byron, exemplified by Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Don Juan has a more humorous, satirical bent. Explaining metaphysics to the nation — Byron’s Don Juan, the name comically anglicized to rhyme with “new one” and “true one,” is a passive character, in many ways a victim of predatory women, and more of a picaresque hero in his … Cuando los dos primeros cantos fueron publicados de forma anónima en 1819, el poema fue criticado por su "contenido inmoral", aunque fue también muy popular. A black eunuch from the harem, Baba, buys the infidel slaves Juan and John, and takes them to the palace of the sultan. . His most successful work is “Don Juan”, a satirical poem divided into sixteen cantos. Home > Books & Literature > English Fiction > Lord Byron: Don Juan. Byron himself called it an "Epic Satire" (Don Juan, c. xiv, st. 99). Don Juan es un mito que había parte de la cultura española por muchos años. Album Don Juan. . Lord Byron's Poems study guide contains a biography of Lord Byron, literature essays, a complete e-text, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. Later returning alone to his bedroom, Don Alfonso comes across Juan's shoes and they fight for the woman, Donna Julia. and Henry James Pye, the previous poet laureate, Byron criticised by pun: "four and twenty Blackbirds in a pye" (I.8), edged wordplay derived from the nursery song "Sing a Song of Sixpence". … Consequent to fleeing the palace of the Sultan of Constantinople, the four reach the Danube river during the Russian Siege of Izmail (1789–1790), a Turkish fort at the mouth of the river, on the Black Sea. Her talents were of the more silent class . T. H. Ward, ed. At the house of Lady Adeline Amundeville and her husband, Lord Henry Amundeville, the narrator informs that Don Juan's hostess, Lady Adeline, is "the fair most fatal Juan ever met", the "queen bee, the glass of all that's fair, / Whose charms made all men speak and women dumb". There is about them a wide wholesome air, full of vivid light and constant wind, which is only felt at sea. Don Juan: In Sixteen Cantos is an "epic satire" in which Lord Byron reverses the legend of Don Juan into a man easily seduced by women. In stanzas 85-90, Childe Harold bids farewell to Spain while summarizing her bravery and reminding the reader of the blood shed in defense of Spanish liberty. Don Juan conoce a Catalina la Grande, quien le pide que se una a su corte. Lord Byron was a prolific writer for whom "the composition of his great poem, Don Juan, was coextensive with a major part of his poetical life"; he wrote the first canto in late 1818, and the seventeenth canto in early 1823. Summary. In Lord Byron: Life and career …would write his greatest poem, Don Juan, a satire in the form of a picaresque verse tale.The first two cantos of Don Juan were begun in 1818 and published in July 1819. . Upon landfall at one of the Cyclades islands, two women, Haidée and Zoe, her maid, discover the shipwrecked Juan and care for him in a cave at the beach. It was first published in 1824, with the … Lord Byron's "Don Juan" is the greatest piece of writing I have ever read. Life undulates and Death palpitates in the splendid verse. “El Burlador de Sevilla y Convidado de Piedra”, a play by Tirso de Molina, is one of the first literary works centered on Don Juan’s adventures. In English literature, Don Juan (1819–1824), by Lord Byron, is a satirical, epic poem that portrays Don Juan not as a womaniser, but as a man easily seduced by women. Et cela, aussi bien du côté du neuf que des produits Lord Byron Don Juan occasion. Aided by his fellow pirates, Lambro enslaves Juan, and embarks him aboard a pirate ship delivering slaves to the slave market in Constantinople. Although attracted to Aurora, because she is purer of heart than the other women Lady Adeline mentioned, the adolescent girl reminds Don Juan of Haidée, the daughter of the pirate Lambro, who sold Juan into slavery at Constantinople The narrator then describes the elaborate dinner at which Don Juan is seated between Aurora and Lady Adeline. He was regarded as one of the greatest European poets and still many people read his works. Ostensibly, Don Juan is a special envoy from the court of Imperial Russia with nebulous diplomatic responsibilities for negotiating a treaty between Russia and Britain. . English long poem, 1819-1824, written by George Gorden Noel, Lord Byron. Byron transformed the legendary libertine Don Juan into an unsophisticated, innocent young man who, though he delightedly succumbs to the beautiful women who pursue him, remains a rational norm against which to view the absurdities and irrationalities of the world. Explore this item in our Flash timeline . Byron starts off by telling us all about Don Juan's upbringing in the Spanish town of Seville. Russian life. . Incidentally, Keats did not like ‘Don Juan’; in a letter to his brother George, he referred to it as ‘Lord Byron’s last flash poem’ and Severn recorded Keats’s disgust with the work during their voyage to Italy. He and some other men make it onto a lifeboat and DJ is eventually the only one who makes it to land—because the others mostly eat one another. Complete summary of Moliere's Don Juan. Dans les deux cas, un facteur reste néanmoins … It is a variation on the epic form. Lord Byron’s Don Juan is a satiric poem inspired by the legendary story of Don Juan, the famous womanizer. Byron completó 16 cantos, dejando el canto 17 sin terminar a causa de su muerte en 1824. Lord Byron (1788-1824). Modern critics generally consider it Byron's masterpiece, with a total of more than 16,000 lines of verse. Don Juan: In Sixteen Cantos is an "epic satire" in which Lord Byron reverses the legend of Don Juan into a man easily seduced by women. A plucky kid named Don Juan grows up in Spain with two parents who don't get along. Cordialement. Don Juan is actually a rather flat characterhe is young, of a sweet disposition, and simultaneously innocent and promiscuous. Don Juan (1819-1824) - This unfinished sixteen canto poem describes Don Summary Unlike Romantic epics by Byron's contemporaries ‐ Robert Southey's Madoc , William Blake's Jerusalem , William Wordsworth's The Prelude and John Keats's unfinished Hyperion poems — Don Juan was released volume by volume to its readership, so that consequent changes in Byron's relationship with the English public are foregrounded as a dynamic of the poem. In Lord Byron's cantos of this poem, I see "social networking" centuries before its time with Byron's 'asides' about his contemporaries. In Britain. . The Don Juan myth had it origin in Spain. Extracts from Don Juan: First Love. The Empress Catherine is a woman of forty-eight-years who is "just now in juicy vigour". A. R. Esta página se editó por última vez el 17 dic 2020 a las 04:08. The romantic Donna Julia, the twenty-three-year-old wife of Don Alfonso, fancies and lusts for the sixteen-year-old boy Don Juan. Features and themes. Before Don Juan’s story is told, Lord Byron states “I would to heaven that I were so much clay, as I am blood, bone, marrow, passion, [and] feeling. . Cantos I and II were published on 15 July 1819, and cantos III, IV, and V were … But despite some weaknesses in structure, characterization, and philosophy of life, Don Juan is an ‘epic carnival’. The door opens, but the hood conceals the face; Don Juan pursues and pushes the ghost against a wall, and smells a sweet breath, sees red lips and straggling curls, and a pearl necklace that frames a glowing bust. we swim forward as over the ‘broad backs of the sea’; they break and glitter, hiss and laugh, murmur and move like waves that sound or that subside. Smitten by her beauty, Don Juan thinks of Aurora when retiring to his rooms; that night, he walks the hall outside his rooms, viewing the paintings that decorate the walls. She wants Juan to love her, and then Gulbeyaz throws herself upon his breast. Traducción en verso del traductor F. Villalva. Lady and Lord Amundeville invite distinguished guests to a party at their estate in the country. He was a leading figure in Romanticism. Se ha barajado la posibilidad de que el personaje de Doña Inés (la madre de Don Juan) sea un retrato muy velado de la propia esposa de Byron, Annabella Milbanke (hija de Sir Ralph Milbanke). Biblioteca Amena é Instructiva, Barcelona, 1883. Lord Byron was a prolific writer for whom "the composition of his great poem, Don Juan, was coextensive with a major part of his poetical life"; he wrote the first canto in late 1818, and the seventeenth canto in early 1823. It was also immensely popular. But his father dies before his mother can divorce the guy and Juan comes into a generous inheritance. The sultan and the sultana retire for the evening, and Don Juan, still dressed as the woman "Juanna" is taken to the crowded harem, where the odalisques reside. Don Juan is a unique approach to the already popular legend of the philandering womanizer immortalized in literary and operatic works. There is in them a delicious resistance, an elastic motion, which salt water has and fresh water has not. . Don Juan is a unique approach to the already popular legend of the philandering womanizer immortalized in literary and operatic works. As a sexually precocious adolescent boy, Juan has a love affair with a married friend of his mother. It was also immensely popular. It seems as though anyone will do, so he just chooses Don Juan (who was already an established character in Western history). Consequent to arousing the jealousy of the sultana, Don Juan barely escapes alive from the harem. Prenant à contre-pied le mythe du libertin cynique immortalisé par Tirso de Molina, Molière et Mozart, il fait de son héros un pantin manipulé par les femmes et leurs désirs dévorants, soumis à ses caprices d'auteur-« improvvisatore ». . . Summary Don Juan is Byron’s great satire, – his great epic – unfinished at his death, and condemned as immoral in his lifetime. As brave soldiers in the Imperial Russian army, Don Juan and John Johnson prove fearless in the savagery and carnage of the Russian siege upon the Turks. Byron, Lord (George Gordon) (1788-1824) - An English poet whose characters, usually swashbuckling brigands known as “Byronic heroes,” are ob-sessed with past sins. I wish he would explain his Explanation. Don Juan enferma, es enviado a Inglaterra, donde encuentra a alguien para vigilar a Leila. Although Lady Adeline and Don Juan both are twenty-one years old, and, despite having a vacant heart and a cold, but proper marriage to Lord Henry, she is not in love with Don Juan. In effort to deduce a suitable match for him, Lady Adeline deliberately omits mention of Aurora Raby, who is a Catholic, sixteen-year-old girl most suitable to pair and marry with Don Juan. Es una variante de la forma épica que el mismo Byron calificó de "sátira". Not long after the ship leaves port, a violent storm drives it off its course. Epist. Privately, Don Juan concerns himself with the health, education, and welfare of the Muslim girl he rescued at the siege of Izmail. Modern critics generally consider it Byron's masterpiece, with a total of more than 16,000 lines of verse. Don Juan: Lord Byron – Summary and Critical Analysis. To give his political opinions about the Ottoman Empire's hegemony upon Greece, in “The Isles of Greece” section of canto III, Byron uses numeration and versification different from the style of verse and enumeration of the text about Don Juan. Don Juan (Canto 5) Lyrics. A storm wrecks the ship; Juan, his entourage, and some sailors escape in a long boat. Obra reproducida sin responsabilidad editorial Lord Byron. Country life. Lord Byron derived the character, but not the story, from the Spanish legend of Don Juan. Do you suppose that I could have any intention but to giggle and make giggle? As with Childe Harolds Pilgrimage, the protagonist, Don Juan, is often more a plot device than a character, as the narrator is subsumed into Byron himself. De quoi nourrir vos convictions personnelles avec la référence Lord Byron Don Juan si la seconde main fait partie intégrante de vos habitudes d'achat. Unbelievably, Byron's publisher almost baulked at this feast of allusive irony, blasphemy (mild), calumny, … The seraglio. Moreover, the poem's Dedication further pursued artistic quarrels — of subject and theme, composition and style — with the Lake Poets, whom Byron addressed: You — Gentlemen! However, Byron… Byron afirmó que no tenía ideas en su mente en cuanto a lo que sucedería en posteriores cantos cuando escribía su obra. The domestic affairs of the Amundeville estate include assorted petitioners and a pregnant country girl seeking legal remedy from Lord Henry, in his capacity as justice of the peace. Canto XVII concludes at the brink of resuming the adventures of Don Juan, last found in a “tender moonlit situation” with the Duchess of Fitz-Fulke, at the end of canto XVI. In English literature, Don Juan (1819–1824), by Lord Byron, is a satirical, epic poem that portrays Don Juan not as a womaniser, but as a man easily seduced by women. Traducción en verso del traductor J. Don Juan is a satiric poem by Lord Byron, based on the legend of Don Juan, which Byron reverses, portraying Juan not as a womanizer but as someone easily seduced by women. When hosts and guests retire for the night, Don Juan again thinks of Aurora, who has reawakened romantic feelings he thought lost in the past. When asked his name, Don Juan calls himself "Juanna". Only as many as can fit … Jealous of the experienced duchess, who has had many love affairs, the hostess, Lady Adeline, resolves to protect the "inexperienced" Don Juan from the sexual enticements and depredations of the Duchess of Fitz-Fulke. meant to be a little quietly facetious upon every thing. 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