Juan, Don

Juan, Don, a poem of Byron's, a work which, as Stopford Brooke remarks, “was written in bold revolt against all the conventionality of social morality, religion, and politics, and in which—escaped from his morbid self, he ran into the opposite extreme—he claimed for himself and others absolute freedom of individual act and thought in opposition to the force of society which tends to make all men after one pattern.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Jowett, Benjamin * Juan Fernandez
Joss
Jötunheim
Jötuns
Joubert, Barthélemi
Joubert, Joseph
Jouffroy d'Abbans, Claude, Marquis de
Jougs
Joule, James Prescott
Jourdan, Jean Baptiste, Comte von
Jowett, Benjamin
Juan, Don
Juan Fernandez
Juarez, Benito
Juba
Jubilee
Jubilee, Year of
Judæa
Judah, Kingdom Of
Judaizers
Judas
Judas Maccabæus