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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. The Lady Caroline Lamb Website. MAD, BAD, AND DANGEROUS TO KNOW? Lady Caroline's description of Lord Byron has often been turned back upon her. Learn more about her life and writings...

  3. 1 de fev. de 2015 · Learn about the life and affair of Lady Caroline Lamb, the first woman to captivate Lord Byron completely. Discover how she inspired his poetry and letters, and how he betrayed her with his jealousy and abandonment.

  4. Lady Caroline's description of Lord Byron has often been turned back upon her. Learn more about her life and career as a writer here. Brief Biography (for a listing of full-length...

  5. Name variations: Caroline Ponsonby; Lady Melbourne; Lady Caroline Lamb; (nickname) Caro. Born Caroline Ponsonby in England in 1785; died in January 1828 at Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, England; only daughter of Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd earl of Bessborough, and Lady Henrietta Frances Spencer, countess of Bessborough; married William Lamb (1779 ...

  6. 28 de mai. de 2023 · From Antonia Fraser, a biography of Lady Caroline Lamb, Lord Byron's lover - The Washington Post. Books Book Reviews Fiction Nonfiction May books 50 notable fiction books. Antonia Fraser’s...

  7. 18 de jun. de 2023 · A biography of the remarkable woman who had a notorious affair with Lord Byron and married twice to prime ministers. Learn about her life, loves, writings and legacy in this review by Harry Mount.