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Vampires are often written as this kind of character, as a way to romanticize an otherwise disturbing creature.
This is altogether fitting, as Lord Byron himself was the inspiration for one of the first pieces of vampire literature, , by John William Polidori, Byron's personal physician.
I was just there acting with warm baby pee all over me which was just really really fun', Tamsin ironically explains.
The film is set ten years after John Boorman's Oscar-nominated London Blitz film Hope & Glory, and returns to find it's young protagonist Bill Rohan (Callum Turner) now an 18-year -old enlisted to serve in the British army during the Korean War.
We love her floral print mini dress, which she wore with waved hair, metallic court shoes and a quilted clutch bag.
Her dress hails from the Pre-Fall 2014 collection, which featured plenty of prints, but this was a stand-out piece.
Not to be confused with a Classical Anti Hero, a Tragic Hero or a Tragic Villain.
Classical anti-heroes have many flaws but without any violent or sociopathic traits Byronic heroes have.
Don't hold your breath waiting for The Power of Love to redeem him; these characters are more likely to fall victim to Love Makes You Crazy, Love Makes You Evil, or at the very least Love Hurts.
He has a tendency to be The Unfettered, rejecting the morals imposed by society to accomplish his goals, and may overlap with the bermensch, who shares the Byronic hero's sense of rebellion and superiority.
More overlapping tropes include Utopia Justifies the Means, which, like a Byronic hero's style, may be immoral or villainous acts in the name of some higher cause which would otherwise be a positive goal.