She refuses to accept the terms of her own death (an implied suicide following her crossing the Despair Event Horizon and it's not until the end when she realizes where her hatred has taken her. However, since he's only the show's supporting lead, his Byronic qualities are often challenged or undermined by the actual lead protagonist. In The Great Gatsby, Doctor. Doctor Strange ticks all the boxes, being Tall, Dark, and Snarky, suave and sophisticated, charming, brilliantly intelligent, deeply arrogant, bitterly regretful for what he has had to do in the name of the greater good and riddled with self-hatred under the arrogance, and is entirely. However, he gradually becomes more of a traditional hero and a messiah of sorts. The Dark Wizard Abraham Thorn, Alexandra's father, fits the bill even better, being a dark, idealistic, brilliant and ruthless political revolutionary as well as a womanizer and playboy. Scott Fitzgerald leads us to sympathize with the central character of the text, Jay Gatsby. Best summed up by this conversation: Thomas: Why do you drink so much?
The hero of Byron's mock epic, Don Juan, is not at all villainous or malicious, but easily manipulated and misunderstood. The reason why Vaarsuvius accepted the deal with the fiends in the first place? Mike (who is constantly reminding those around him that he's not a good man) unabashedly considers himself a rapist at heart, but holds himself to a strict Warrior Code while channeling his baser urges into heavy bdsm. Many of us probably sit next door to you. In The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsbys lavish parties, characterized by music, dancing, and illegal alcohol, are a representation of the corruption of societys values, and are filled with guests only concerned with. While he might not be physically attractive, he is quite charismatic, very passionate, driven, jaded, and emotionally unstable. Worst of all, he appears weak.