But it is morally instructive to know that he was a good student and educated himself, in striking contrast to the loose ways and so-called aristocratic society-life of Lord Byron, on which I have just spoken.
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Lord Byron was famously described by Lady Caroline Lamb as "mad, bad, and dangerous to know."
It took an hour for Hollis to get ready, during which time Hassan and Lindsey chatted and watched The Today Show while Colin sat at the far edge of the couch and read one of the honks he’d stuffed in his backpack—a Lord Byron anthology including the poems Lara and Don Juan.