Read the stanza from Byron's Childe Harold's Pilgrimage.
But soon he knew himself the most unfit
Of men to herd with man; with whom he held
Little in common; untaught to submit
His thoughts to ...
... others, though his soul was quelled
In youth by his own thoughts; still uncompelled,
He would not yield dominion of his mind
To spirits against whom his own rebelled;
Proud though in desolation; which could find
A life within itself, to breathe without mankind.
Which traits of the Byronic Hero are most evident in this stanza? Select all that apply.
The traits of the Byronic Hero most evident are: pride, isolation and defiance.
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