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Alfred Lord Tennyson

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Transcript of Alfred Lord Tennyson

Alfred Lord
Tennyson Poetry Lord Tennyson modeled his earliest work after the works of Lord Byron(1788-1824)
The influence of John Keats (1795-1821), another Romantic Poet, is also evident in much of his poetry
Much of his forms and experimentations were like many of the other poets during the Victorian Age and thus Greek and Latin poetry played a role in influencing his work Tennyson had published his own work at Trinity College along with the poetry of his elder brother under aliases in a book entitled Poems by Two Brothers
In 1830 he published his first work under his real name, "Poems, Chiefly Lyrical."
He published again in 1833. Late, late, so late! and dark the night and chill!
Late, late, so late! but we can enter still.
Too late, too late! ye cannot enter now.
No light had we: for that we do repent;
And learning this, the bridegroom will relent.
Too late, too late! ye cannot enter now.
No light: so late! and dark and chill the night!
O, let us in, that we may find the light!
Too late, too late: ye cannot enter now.

Have we not heard the bridgegroom is so sweet?
O, let us in, tho' late, to kiss his feet!
No, no, too late! ye cannot enter now."
The same year that his second book was published, Tennyson's best friend Arthur Hallam, suddenly passed away. It was then that he began "In Memoriam" in honor of his friend. Late, Late, So Late Lord Byron In 1842 Tennyson began to publish once again.
It was in this same year the Tennyson began to recieve a Civil List pension of £200 a year
His two volume book "Poems" included "The Lady of Shalott", "The Lotus-eaters" "Morte d'Arthur" and "Ulysses."
Another of Tennyson's most famous poems known as "The Charge of the Light Brigade" was published in 1885. Arthur Hallam Alfred Lord Tennyson was born on August 6, 1809 into a large family in Somersby, Lincolnshire For much of his life Tennyson lived in fear of mental disease. Rev. George Clayton
Tennyson Tennyson was able to escape his home life in 1827 when he followed two of his brothers to Trinity College in Cambridge. Tennyson's Birthplace Tennyson recieved much Royal Favor due to his poetry. In 1850 Tennyson was appointed Poet Laurete and in 1853 when Prince Albert visited him Tennyson decided to dedicate some of his poetry to him.After this, Queen Victoria summoned Tennyson to her Court several times. She also awarded him the title of Baron Tennyson, of Aldworth in the County of Sussex and of Freshwater in the Isle of Wight. Tennyson continued his poetry until he died on October 6th,1892 at the age of 83. Alfred Lord Tennyson was buried in Westminster Abbey and a memorial was erected in his honor. In All Saint's Church. His dying words were "Oh that press will have me now". Tennyson's Grave in Poet's Corner
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