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People/Characters: Lady Caroline Lamb

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The Bride of the Unicorn by Kasey Michaels
Byron by André Maurois
The Byron Women by Margot Strickland
Byron: Child of Passion, Fool of Fame by Benita Eisler
Byron: Life and Legend by Fiona MacCarthy
Caro: The Fatal Passion: The Life of Lady Caroline Lamb by Henry Blyth
An Elegant Madness: High Society in Regency England by Venetia Murray
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire by Amanda Foreman
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire by Brian Masters
It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in History by Jennifer Wright
Jane and the Madness of Lord Byron by Stephanie Barron
Lady Caroline Lamb by Eva McDonald
Lady Caroline Lamb by Elizabeth Jenkins
Lady Caroline Lamb, That Infernal Woman by Susan Normington
Lady Caroline Lamb: A Biography by Paul Douglass
The Lion and the Unicorn: Gladstone vs. Disraeli by Richard Aldous
Literary Seductions: Compulsive Writers and Diverted Readers by Frances Wilson
Lord Melbourne, 1779-1848 by L. G. Mitchell
Melbourne by David Cecil
Passion by Jude Morgan
Privilege and Scandal: The Remarkable Life of Harriet Spencer, Sister of Georgiana by Janet Gleeson
The Spencers of Althorp by Georgina Battiscombe
The Spencers: A Personal History of an English Family by Charles Spencer Spencer, Earlnot in English Common Knowledge
The Whole Disgraceful Truth: Selected Letters of Lady Caroline Lamb by P. Douglass
The World's Wickedest Women by Margaret Nicholas
The Young Melbourne by David Cecil

Character description

Lady Caroline Lamb (1785–1828) was an English aristocrat and writer best known for her description of Lord Byron (her lover) as "mad, bad, and dangerous to know." Her husband was the future Lord Melbourne.

Lady Caroline Lamb in Wikipedia

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