Episode: Let Him Be Hanged There for a Lamb


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Let Him Be Hanged There for a Lamb

Lord Byron has become synonymous with the romantic, creative hero. But it may have been Lady Caroline Lamb, his most famous lover, who truly embodied the spirit of the age. Their romance led to blood, tears, fire, and pubic hair. Poets, am I right?



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