I am reading , biographies and books of letters trying to understand what he felt
for Annabella. I would like to share this with you all and pleaase let me have your opinion because there are very different versions in the different books I have - well..... taking into consideration my level of english understanding -
As far as I understand he got married not very "convinced" and as I have seen in those books the marriage for him
was something like a prision. She pretended to introduce him to her friends and organizing dinners at home that he had always refused. Maybe a much clever woman would have dealt this situation in another trying to adap herself to his way as married to a genious but it could be she was too young to do it.
This marriage was something like terrible for her and then her family decided to send a letter of separation.
From there Byron gets into this period of headaches, too much alcohol and laudanoum...
My surprise is that I have found a letter written by him from Milan, when he was already in the exile, saying that no other human being would have suffered more than him during the separation and tha he loved her and LOVE her....
Your opinion is going to be great for me...
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