What is the theme of 'She walks in beauty' by Lord Byron? and what is the summary?

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The theme of 'She walks in beauty' was Lord Byron's first site of his young cousin getting married. The summary of the poem is he is describing an acquaintance that he admires.
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He plays the role of the abbot.
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it would be really good if you could explain the summary line by line or maybe by stanza. Posted by dheez on April 6, 2010 at 12:54 AM via web and tagged with literature she walks
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Poems of Lord Byron by Lord Byron, George Gordon Byron. http://www.gradesaver.com/ClassicNotes/T…. : Includes chapter summaries, about the author, characters, major themes,
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This is a great poem about a breakup. If you ever want to investigate a lyrical way to discuss what happens in a broken relationship, this is the one with which you want to spend
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