Romantic Writing and Commercial Society. What is the best financial book s? The Cambridge Companion to Byron. Byron had a child, The Hon. Marchand , one of Byron’s biographers, theorises that Lord Grey De Ruthyn’s advances prompted Byron’s later sexual liaisons with young men at Harrow and Cambridge. Ada Lovelace, notable in her own right, collaborated with Charles Babbage on the analytical engine , a predecessor to modern computers.
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