Lara est un poème de Lord Byron publié en 1814, composé de deux chants.

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  • Lara est un poème de Lord Byron publié en 1814, composé de deux chants.
  • Lara, A Tale is a rhymed, tragic narrative poem by Lord Byron; first published in 1814. The first work composed after Byron abandoned the idea of giving up writing and buying back his copyrights, it is regarded by critics as a continuation of the autobiographical work begun in The Corsair. Unlike The Corsair, it was published anonymously, in conjunction with Samuel Rogers' Jacqueline.This powerful narrative poem tells of the fateful return of Count Lara to the British Isles after spending years abroad traveling the orient.Returning to his patrimony with a retinue consisting of one foreign-born page, Count Lara resumes the management of his landed estates. Lara's first efforts are crowned with success: only to be undermined by the jealousy and envy of his peers. After a successful duel to defend his honour, the count becomes inexorably caught up in local blood-feuds; which quickly escalate to open warfare between his own followers and the private armies of his enemies.Fighting against insuperable odds with desperate courage, Count Lara rallies the remnant of his shattered forces and makes for the Scottish border to regroup. During a forced night march he is intercepted by a large opposing force: and in the course of the ensuing battle he is mortally wounded, and is retired from the fighting due to the good offices of his ever-faithful oriental page.As Count Lara lies dying he is confronted by his nemesis, Count Otho: but ignores the latter's taunts to address his dying words to his page in a foreign tongue unknown to his country-men. Otho arranges the obsequies, but Count Lara's page refuses to desert the graveside: his grief rendering him immune to Otho's threats and pleas not to abandon his former master.
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  • George Gordon Byron
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  • 1814 (xsd:integer)
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  • Poème
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  • Londres
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  • Grande-Bretagne
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  • Ode à Napoléon
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  • Mélodies Hébraïques
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  • Lara
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  • John Murray
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  • Lara est un poème de Lord Byron publié en 1814, composé de deux chants.
  • Lara, A Tale is a rhymed, tragic narrative poem by Lord Byron; first published in 1814. The first work composed after Byron abandoned the idea of giving up writing and buying back his copyrights, it is regarded by critics as a continuation of the autobiographical work begun in The Corsair.
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  • Lara (Lord Byron)
  • Lara, A Tale
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