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Mr. Tennyson has said that more things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of, but he wisely refrains from saying whether ...
My father is one of the few men I know who say they do not like Shakespeare. He says "Shakespeare is so very coarse." I could forg ...
Tennyson: his melancholy made his fortune.
This hard work will always be done by one kind of man; not by scheming speculators, nor by soldiers, nor professors, nor readers o ...
In middle life each man wrote a long elegiac work centering on the death of someone very near his heart: Tennyson's In Memoriam su ...
Do you know, a horrible thing has happened to me. I have begun to doubt Tennyson.
While all this was going on
Mister Alfred Tennyson sat like a baby
Doing his poetic business.
Enhances the chances to bless with a benison
Alfred Lord Tennyson crossing the barlaid
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But no. Too soon I voun' my charm abroke.
Noo comely soul in white like her--
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When I behold the heavens as in their prime,
And then the earth (though old) still clad in green,
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