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afterwards Alfred Tenny Alfred Tennyson appeared Arthur Hallam autograph Ballads blank verse Brothers Cambridge Canford Manor Charles Tennyson Charles Tennyson Turner Chiefly Lyrical collected editions considerable alterations contains an original Contents of Vol contributed Death of CEnone Dedication Demeter Detailed Contents early proof-sheets edition of 1842 Edition of Tennyson's Edward Lear Edward Moxon Englishman's Magazine Enoch-Arden entitled Fragment Frederick Tennyson Golden Supper green cloth H. S. King Henry Irving Holy Grail Idylls Index issued Ivor Bertie Guest Lady Letters lished Locksley Hall London Lord Tennyson Lover's Tale Macmillan Maud Memoriam Minor Poems newspaper Nimue numbered sections omitted original poems original unpublished poems original unpublished Sonnet poems by Alfred Poet Laureate Poet's Princess privately printed privately-printed published edition Queen Reprinted in Tiresias Review Sir Ivor Bertie Songs Sonnet stanzas Strahan suppressed Tennysoniana tion uncut Unpublished lines various readings verso blank W. G. Ward written
Page 58 - Landscape-lover, lord of language more than he that sang the Works and Days, All the chosen coin of fancy flashing out from many...
Page 60 - Balan," a new Idyll of the King; " The Voyage of Maeldune "; " Early Spring "; "Despair "; " To Virgil," etc., etc. HELEN'S TOWER. " Helen's Tower, here I stand." Short inscription, in verse, written at the request of the Marquis of Dufferin, for a tower built in memory of his mother, Helen, Lady Dufferin, Countess of Gifford. Printed in Good Words, 1884, p. 25, with the verses of Lady Giffbrd, and a description of the tower by Charles Blatherwick. See 1861. THE FLEET. Stanzas, signed "Tennyson,"...
Page 38 - These lines were addressed to the Princess Alexandra of Denmark, on her arrival in England and her marriage with the Prince of Wales. . . . This separate edition is now a great rarity, though it could be bought at the time of its publication for a few pence.
Page 44 - The Holy Grail', 'Pelleas and Ettarre", and 'The Passing of Arthur'.
Page 49 - THE LOVER'S TALE, AND OTHER POEMS. By Alfred Tennyson. Now First Collected. With a Monograph on the Lover's Tale, forming a supplementary Chapter to
Page 53 - ? Blatant buncombe shapes A Britain generous Britons would disown ; A mock-Britannia, whose stage-ermine drapes A sham, of selfish frothiness upblown. The truest lover of his land is not The tap-room patriot of the pipe and pot. '" Forgot himself ? Ay, in a nobler sort Than sordid self-regard can understand. What, brave the loud reproach, the foul report, The taunt of treason to his native land ! Say, what can base Jachimo do less Than scoff at such fine self-forgetfulness ?" I have always been...
Page 73 - Deep in that lion-haunted inland lies A mystic city, goal of high emprise.
Page 27 - ODE ON THE DEATH OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. By Alfred Tennyson, Poet Laureate. London : Edward Moxon. 1852. pp. 16. Contributed " Britons, guard your own," to The Examiner, January 31 ; " The Third of February," and " Hands all round," to the same paper, February 7.