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  1. Lady Caroline Lamb (née Ponsonby; 13 November 1785 – 25 January 1828) was an Anglo-Irish aristocrat and novelist, best known for Glenarvon, a Gothic novel. In 1812, she had an affair with Lord Byron, whom she described as "mad, bad, and dangerous to know".

    • 13 November 1785
    • 25 January 1828 (aged 42)
    • Stillbirth child, George Augustus Frederick, A daughter
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  2. Caroline Lamb (13 de novembro de 1785 — 26 de janeiro de 1828) foi uma romancista e uma aristocrata britânica, filha de Frederick Ponsonby, 3° Conde de Bessborough e Lady Henrietta Spencer (filha de John Spencer, 1.º Conde Spencer).

  3. 1 de fev. de 2015 · A biography of Lady Caroline Lamb, the first woman of Byron's class to captivate him, who was a tomboy, a poet, and a flirtatious woman. Learn about her life, her love affair with Byron, and her reaction to his abandonment.

  4. 28 de mai. de 2023 · Fraser maintains, credibly, that Lamb came up with her famous verdict on Bryon — “mad, bad, and dangerous to know” — years after this first meeting. Lamb was 26 at the time, and married to ...

  5. 28 de nov. de 2012 · Profile. Lady Caroline Lamb (13 November 1785 - 26 January 1828) was a prominent member of Regency society and the author of the scandalous novel, Glenarvon. She was the wife of William Lamb, later Viscount Melbourne and British prime minister, and had a very public affair with the poet Lord Byron. A temperamental child.

  6. 23 de nov. de 2023 · Its anonymous but widely identified author was Caroline Lamb. The novel—which earned her a temporary exclusion from Almack’s for daring to satirize the ton—included intimate extracts from Byron’s letters.

  7. About this book. Lady Caroline Lamb , among Lord Byron's many lovers, stands out - vilified, portrayed as a self-destructive nymphomaniac - her true story has never been told. Now, Paul Douglass provides the first unbiased treatment of a woman whose passions and independence were incompatible with the age in which she lived.

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