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When his attention was drawn to an illuminating essay on the poet Lermontov he was pleased with it, not because it demonstrated Lermontov's position in the literary history of Russia, but because it pointed out the moral aims which underlay the wild Byronism of his works.
It was no more than I owed to my reputation for Byronism, to discover a careless, youthful grace in the young fellows attitude.
He came upon the world at the time when the grotesque sham into which Byronism had degenerated at the hands of Byron’s admirers was emasculating literature.