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Tennyson's Poetry (1971) [Omnibus Volume]
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Summary (From the publisher):

This volume offers one of the most comprehensive surveys of Tennyson's poetry yet available for the serious student.

Contents:

  • Preface
  • The Text of the Poems
  • Earliest Poems (ca. 1823 ff.): From Unpublished Early Poems (1931) and The Devil and The Lady (1930)
    • Translation from Claudian's "Proserpine"
    • From The Devil and The Lady
    • Armageddon
  • From Poems by Two Brothers
    • Memory
    • Remorse
    • "I Wander in Darkness and Sorrow"
  • From Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1930)
    • Ode to Memory
    • Song ("A spirit haunts the year's last hours")
    • The Dying Swan
    • The Sleeping Beauty
    • A Character
    • Supposed Confessions
    • The Kraken
    • Mariana
    • Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere
  • From Poems (1832, dated 1833)
    • "My Life Is Full of Weary Days"
    • The Lady of Shalott
    • Mariana in the South
    • ·Enone
    • To —--—--—--- (With the Following Poem)
    • The Palace of Art
    • The Hesperides
    • A Dream of Fair Women
    • To —--—--—--- ("As when with downcast eyes we muse")
    • To J. S.
    • The Lotos-Eaters
    • The Eagle
  • From Poems (1842), Including Several Other Pieces Written between 1833 and 1846
    • Ulysses
    • The Two Voices
    • Saint Simeon Stylites
    • Titonus
    • Tithon
    • Tireasias
    • Break, Break, Break
    • The Epic
    • "Move Eastward, Happy Earth"
    • A Farewell
    • Locksley Hall
    • The Vision of Sin
    • To —--—--—-- (After Reading a Life and Letters)
  • The Princess (1847; 1849-51)
  • In Memoriam A. H. H. (1833-49; 1850)
  • Poems 1850-72
    • To the Queen
    • To E. L., on His Travels in Greece
    • Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington
    • The Daisy
    • De Profundus
    • To the Rev. F. D. Maurice
    • The Charge of the Light Brigade
    • Maud; A Monodrama (1850)
    • In the Valley of the Cauteretz
    • Milton
    • Enoch Arden
    • Northern Farmer (Old Style)
    • Northern Farmer (New Style)
    • "Flower in the Crannied Wall"
    • The Higher Pantheism
    • In the Garden at Swainston
  • From Idylls of the King (1857-1874)
    • Dedication
    • The Coming of Arthur
    • Merlin and Vivien
    • Lencelot and Elaine
    • The Holy Grail
    • Pelleas and Ettarre
    • The Last Tournament
    • Guinevere
    • The Passing of Arthur
    • To the Queen
  • From Poems (1872-1892)
    • The Revenge
    • Battle of Brunanburh
    • Rizpah
    • "Frater Ave Atque Vale"
    • Depair
    • To Virgil
    • The Dead Prophet
    • The Ancient Sage
    • Vastness
    • Locksley Hall Sixty Years After
    • Demeter and Persephone
    • To Ulysses
    • To Mary Boyle
    • Far-Far-Away
    • By an Evolutionist
    • Parnassus
    • Merlin and the Gleam
    • The Oak
    • June Bracken and Heather
    • The Dawn
    • The Making of Man
    • God and the Universe
    • The Silent Voices
    • Crossing the Bar
  • Contexts
    • Arthur Henry Hallam · On Some of the Characteristics of Modern Poetry, and on the Lyrical Poems of Alfred Tennyson
    • John Wilson ["Christopher North"] · Tennyson's Poems
    • John Wilson Croker · Poems by Alfred Tennyson
    • John Stuart Mill · Tennyson's Poems
    • John Sterling · Poems by Alfred Tennyson
    • James Spedding · Tennyson's Poems
    • James Knowles · A Personal Reminiscence
  • Criticism
    • Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick · Tennyson's Princess: One Bride for Seven Brothers
    • T. S. Eliot · In Memoriam
    • Isobel Armstrong · The Collapse of Object and Subject: In Memoriam
    • Herbert F. Tucker · Maud and the Doom of Culture
    • Christopher Ricks · Idylls of the King, 1859-1885
    • Gertrude Himmelfarb · Household Gods and Goddesses
    • R. W. Hill Jr. · A Familiar Lesson from the Victorians
  • Tennyson: A Chronology
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Index of Poems and First Lines
  • Original title: Tennyson's Poetry
    Original languages: English

    Quotes:

    Genre: Poetry


    The following works are contained within this one:
         Mariana (1830) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         Lady of Shalott, the (1833) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         Ulysses (1842) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         Tithonus (1842) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         Morte d'Arthur (1842) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         In Memoriam (1849) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         Charge of the Light Brigade, the (1854) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         Maud (1855) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         Idylls of the King (1859) [Collection]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson
         Crossing the Bar (1889) [Poem]
          Author: Alfred Tennyson

    Notes:

    • Contents listing from Second Edition

    Edition #1: Tennyson's Poetry

    Tennyson's Poetry (1999)
    Edition Details:

    Language: English

    Edition: Second Edition

    Edited by: Robert W. Hill, Jr.
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    Tennyson's Poetry (1999)

    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
    ISBN: 0393972798
    Pages: 703

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    Edition #2: Tennyson's Poetry

    Tennyson's Poetry (1971)
    Edition Details:

    Language: English

    Edition: First Edition

    Edited by: Robert W. Hill, Jr.
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    Manifested in:

    Tennyson's Poetry (1971)

    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
    ISBN: 0393099539
    Pages: 684

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