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  1. Beauties of Tennyson. Illustrations by Frederic B. Schell by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  2. The works of Tennyson, annotated Volume 8 by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  3. A day with the poet Tennyson by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  4. The select Tennyson for school and college and private study. Edited by J. Logie Robertson by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  5. The Holy grail. With introd. and notes by G.C. Macaulay by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  6. Enoch Arden; edited with introd. and notes by H. Marwick. by Tennyson. Alfred Tennyson. Baron. 1809-1892., 1914-01-01
  7. Maud. Illustrated by Margaret & Helen Maitland Armstrong by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  8. Poems. 1830-1870; with an introd. by T. Herbert Warren. illustra by Tennyson. Alfred Tennyson. Baron. 1809-1892., 1912-01-01
  9. Idyls of the king. by Tennyson. Alfred Tennyson. Baron. 1809-1892., 1859-01-01
  10. Early poems. Edited with a critical introd., commentaries and notes, together with the various readings, a transcript of the poems temporarily and finally suppressed and a bibliography by John Churton Collins by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  11. In memoriam A.H.H. as written MDCCCXLIX with rubricated initials by Tennyson. Alfred Tennyson. Baron. 1809-1892., 1900-01-01
  12. Guinevere. With introd. and notes by G.C. Macaulay by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  13. Lancelot and Elaine by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26
  14. This then is Maud, being a monodrama by Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 Tennyson, 2009-10-26

81. Adelman Letters And Documents Collection - T | Special Collections | Bryn Mawr C
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 18091892. Letter Farringford, Isle of Wight,to Dear Sir 1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12
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Box Person Named and Contents Date Tabb, John Banister, 1845-1909 (Poet)
Letter: Ellicott City, Md., to F.H. Day
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ALS. Sends Day his sonnet to Keats that appeared in Good Literature in 1881. "Miss Thomas' on Severn's picture, in the Century, seems to me far the best tribute to Keats ever written in America." 1890 Jun Talfourd, Thomas Noon, Sir, 1795-1854 (Judge, Poet, and Literary Critic)
Letter: London, to Bernard Barton, 1784-1849
1 item (3 p.) ; 23 x 36 cm folded to 23 x 18 cm
ALS. Describes at length his call to the Bar and how it will affect his life. Goes on to discuss his relationship with several editors and magazines. Also enclosed is a newspaper clipping concerning Talfourd. 1821 Feb 15 Tatnall, Willie C. (Recipient)

82. British Literary Materials
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 18091892. A manuscript collection of more thaneighty items, including letters by Tennyson and members of his family and
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... Literary Scholarship Bates, H. E. (Herbert Ernest), 1905-1974 About 90 works by Bates. The collection includes more than one early edition of Charlotte’s Row, The Day of the Tortoise, Fair Stood the Wind for France, The Feast of July, Love for Lydia, Oh! To be In England, and The Sleepless Moon. The collection contains several early editions of collections of Bates’s short stories and novellas.
Buchan, John, 1875-1940
One of the world’s most comprehensive collections of works by Buchan, including early and multiple editions of The Battle of the Somme, The Blanket of the Dark, Castle Gay, The Gap in the Curtain, Greenmantle, Huntingtower, John Burnet of Barns, John Macnab, The Magic Walking-Stick, Memory Hold-the-Door, Midwinter, Mountain Meadow, The Path of the King, Prester John, Sir Quixote of the Moors, Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir Walter Scott, and The Thirty-Nine Steps
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824

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Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 18091892. Poems / by Alfred Tennyson ; selectedwith an introd. and notes by Jerome Hamilton Buckley. sirsi_library.
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85. Musique - Disques Compacts - Supplément
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 18091892 IN Songs of travel = Chants de voyage.Ariane. Tétreault, Martin IN Turntable solos. Ariane
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Ariane Tailleferre, Germaine, 1892-1983. Musique de piano. Extraits
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Ariane Takemitsu, T¯oru. Nami no bon
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Ariane Takemitsu, T¯oru. Piano pieces for children
Ariane Takemitsu, T¯oru..Rain coming
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Tennyson, Alfred, Baron (1809 1892). a web guide to Lord Tennyson from Scholarly article discusses why Tennyson made errors of fact about Arthur Henry
TENNYSON, ALFRED, BARON (1809 - 1892) a web guide to Lord Tennyson from
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Critical Articles "Nostalgic narcissism in comic and tragic perspectives: Elizabeth Bowen's two fictional reworkings of a Tennyson lyric" - Alfred Lord Tennyson, orig. pub. in Studies in Short Fiction, Wntr, 1996 by Martin Bidney Tennyson, by Peter Levi- book reviews, orig. pub. in Contemporary Review, June, 1993 by Betty Abel "I Sit as God": Aestheticism and Repentance in Tennyson's "The Palace of Art", orig. pub. in Renascence, Fall 2003 by Brunner, Larry "Performing 'The Solitary Reaper' and 'Tears, Idle Tears.' - interpretive versus aesthetic literary criticism," orig. pub. in Criticism, Spring, 1996 by Kerry McSweeney

87. NPG 2460; Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson
Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson by Samuel Laurence Date circa 1840 Mediumoil on canvas Measurements 26 3/4 in. x 22 3/4 in. (679 mm x 578 mm)

88. Crouse Autograph Collection - Search Results
Tennyson, Alfred, Baron (1809 – 1892) English Poet. Born at Somersby, Lincolnshire,England. Alfred Tennyson, Baron Biography (Victorian Web)

89. - Memorial Website In Memory Of Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892)
The poet Alfred Tennyson was well known in the district although he lived In 1883 Tennyson accepted a peerage as Baron Tennyson of Aldworth, Sussex,
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The poet Alfred Tennyson was well known in the district although he lived further a field at Aldworth House, Blackdown, Sussex near Haslemere, where he died on the 6 October 1892, aged 83. He was born in Lincolnshire, the fourth of twelve children. In 1850 he married Emily Sarah Sellwood when he was 41, and in the same year he succeeded William Wordsworth as Poet Laureate. Tennyson had been looking for a place to build a country home c. 1864 and had stayed in Churt and Hindhead while searching for a place of solitude, and an inaccessible place to other people except his friends. In 1868 he laid the foundation stone of his house in Aldworth. He lived at Grayshott Farm while the house was being built and for a short time at Great Stoatley, near Hindhead, and according to the newspaper obituary `frequently sojourned to The White Horse Hotel, where his name can be seen in the Visitor's Book'. He spent almost three months of the summer and early autumn at Aldworth. He wrote while at Aldworth most of Gareth and Lynette

90. Tennyson.htm
Lord Alfred Baron Tennyson. A Brief History of his life and work (1809 1892).Click here to view a larger version. Click on image to view a larger version
Lord Alfred Baron Tennyson A Brief History of his life and work
Click on image to view a larger version Tennyson was born in Somersby Rectory , Lincolnshire, August 5th, 1809 to the Reverend and Mrs. George Clayton Tennyson LL.D. He was one of twelve children, three of which were poets: Frederick Tennyson , Charles Tennyson-Turner and (himself) Alfred Baron Tennyson. The lineage of this poetically talented family traces back to the Tennysons d'Eyncourt. Both of his parents were considered to have poetic blood. He was brought up on dreams and books and as a child he played imaginatively at being chivalrous knights, which was then transferred onto slates in the form of poems. Alfred was a huge fan of Byron and despaired when he died. Even going so far as to carve "Byron is dead!" on the sandstone to mark what he saw as the end of the world. Tennyson's first poem: "The Flowers in the Garden", was instigated by his brother Charles and based on Thomson's "Seasons". It was the first time he realised that he could write poetry. Ironically, when a child, his grandfather told him his poetry never would earn him money. Little did his grandfather know how revered Alfred would become. He was successful from the beginning and earned ten pounds for his first volume of poetry (a lot of money in the early 19th century - certainly unheard of for a first volume). It was published by J and J Jackson, of Louth. He studied at Trinity College, Cambridge and in 1828 he earned a prize for "Timbuctoo" there. Whilst at college he became friends with Arthur Hallum (an invaluable alliance for his future promotion). Also he wrote "The Lover's Tale" (published 1879) whilst studying.

91. Alfred, Lord Tennyson Bio
I INTRODUCTION Tennyson, Alfred, Lord or Alfred Tennyson, 1st BaronTennyson (18091892), English poet, one of the great representative figures of the
Alfred, Lord Tennyson I INTRODUCTION Tennyson, Alfred, Lord or Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson (1809-1892), English poet, one of the great representative figures of the Victorian Age. His writing encompasses many poetic styles and includes some of the finest idyllic poetry in the language. Tennyson was born in Somersby, Lincolnshire , on August 6, 1809 . His initial education was conducted largely by his clergyman father, Dr. George Clayton Tennyson. The boy showed an early interest and talent in poetic composition, working original poems in a variety of meters and also successfully imitating the style of such famous poets as Lord Byron, whom he greatly admired. By the time he was 15, Tennyson had produced several blank-verse plays and an epic. Some of his boyhood poetry was published in collaboration with his brother Charles in Poems by Two Brothers II POETIC DEVELOPMENT
In 1827 Tennyson entered Trinity College University of Cambridge . While there he wrote a spirited blank-verse poem, Timbuctoo (1829), for which he received a prize, and published his first book on his own

92. The Biography Of Alfred, Lord Tennyson - Life Story
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To download the eBook right-Click on the title and select "Save Target As". Biography Poems Comments More Info ... Stats Biography of Alfred, Lord Tennyson Tennyson, one of twelve children and later a first baron, was born in Somersby, Lincolnshire. From 1875 he attended Louth grammar school, followed, in 1827, by Trinity College, Cambridge where he made perhaps his greatest friendship ever with Arthur Hallam and joined the undergraduate club 'The Apostles'. Here, in 1829, Tennyson - having already published some poems, prior to 1827, anonymously in the ironically entitled Poems by Two Brothers (actually written by Alfred, Frederick and Charles) - won the Chancellor's Gold Medal for English with his poem 'Timbuctoo'.
In 1830 Tennyson and Hallam, along with other Apostle members, travelled to Spain to help in the failed revolution against Ferdinand VII, after which, in 1831, the death of Tennyson's father and the discovery of his debts led, in part, to Tennyson's leaving Cambridge without taking his degree. By this time his Poems. Chiefly Lyrical (1830) had been published and Hallam had become engaged to Tennyson's sister Emily.
In 1833 the second volume entitled Poems was published, but in the same year Hallam came to a tragic end in Venice, caused by a ruptured blood vessel. After this it was to be seven years before Tennyson published again in 1842, during which time he met, fell in love with and became engaged to another Emily; Emily Sellwood, the sister of one of his brother's brides.

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Meaning of Alfred Tennyson. What does Alfred Tennyson mean? Alfred TennysonAlfred Tennyson Englishman and Victorian poet (1809-1892) Tennyson
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96. Author Alfred Lord Tennyson, From The Oldpoetry Poetry Archive
In 1884 he was created a Baron. Tennyson died at Aldwort on October 6, i always thought it was lord Alfred Tennyson. how strange, how passing strange. Lord Tennyson
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    I was from England, and I lived from 1809-1892. Print or Buy my poetry? View comments Add to favorites? English author often regarded as the chief representative of the Victorian age in poetry. Tennyson succeeded Wordsworth as Poet Laureate in 1850; he was appointed by Queen Victoria and served 42 years. Tennyson's works were melancholic, and reflected the moral and intellectual values of his time, which made them especially vulnerable for later critic.
    Alfred, Lord Tennyson was born in Somersby, Lincolnshire. His father, George Clayton Tennyson, a clergyman and rector, suffered from depression and was notoriously absentminded. Alfred began to write poetry at an early age in the style of Lord Byron. After spending four unhappy years in school he was tutored at home. Tennyson then studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he joined the literary club 'The Apostles' and met Arthur Hallam, who became his closest friend. The undergraduate society discussed contemporary social, religious, scientific, and literary issues. Encouraged by 'The Apostles', Tennyson published

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Lord Alfred 1st Baron Tennyson (1809 1892) UK Alfred Tennyson Writer, poet.Born at Somersby, Lincolnshire, he was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge.
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Writer, poet Born at Somersby, Lincolnshire, he was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. Here he joined the "Apostles" and became acquainted with Arthur H. Hallam, with whom, in 1832 he traveled in the Continent. He never was open about his homosexuality, but his friendship with Hallam seems to have been dyed with a strong homoeroticism. Hallam died abroad in 1833, and in that year Tennyson began In Memoriam , a work that gives superb expression to his love for his lost friend he mourned for 20 years. Reserved, dignified, in sustained meditation and tender sentiment, yet half revealing here and there a more passionate feeling; expressing in simplest words the most difficult and elusive thoughts (see Cantos 128 and 129), as well as the most intimate and sacred moods of the soul; it is indeed a great work of art. Naturally, being such, it was roundly abused by the critics on its first appearance. The Times solemnly rebuked its language as unfitted for any but amatory tenderness, and because young Hallam was a barrister spent much wit upon the poet's "Amaryllis of the Chancery bar." Tennyson himself, speaking of In Memoriam , mentioned the number of shameful letters of abuse he had received about it.

100. Alfred, Lord Tennyson -bio
(18091892). Writing his first poetry at the age of 8, Alfred Tennyson was ableto compose a 6000 line epic in imitation of Sir Walter Scott by the age of
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Writing his first poetry at the age of 8, Alfred Tennyson

Tragically, Hallam died in 1833, causing Tennyson to suffer from profound spiritual depression. Although he did not publish anything for 10 years after the death of his beloved friend, Tennyson became inspired to write In Memoriam (Alfred, Lord). It is possible that the death of Hallam inspired other poems, such as The Two Voices (1834), a philosophical poem about death and immortality (Alfred, Lord).
With such remarkable skill, Tennyson continued to write easily understandable and enjoyable poetry that conformed to popular taste, with works such as Idylls of the King Maud The Princess (1847), and An Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington
Queen Mary Harold
(1876), and Becket (1879)on the "making of England." The plays were intended to revive a sense of national grandeur and to remind the English of their liberation from Roman Catholicism.” (Tennyson, Alfred Lord)
"Crossing the Bar"

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