Byron, Childe Harold, III (1816); Monthly Review, 2nd Series, LXXXI (Nov. 1816), 312–319. The Monthly is notable, during these postwar years of political debate, for keeping its attention focused on literary (and even grammatical) concerns. The opening paragraph of the present review and the survey of Byron’s grammatical and stylistic blemishes at the end express this focus in the general and the particular.