Lord Byron's Poems

In “She Walks in Beauty,” what does Byron praise in the woman besides her beauty?

her taste in shoes
her intelligence
her independence
her riches

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The final stanza returns to her face, but again sees the silent expression of peace and calm in her cheek, brow, and smiles. Her pleasant facial expressions eloquently but innocently express her inner goodness and peacefulness. Perhaps your choice of "intellegence" is closest.