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Tennyson’s Poetry

Alfred Lord Tennyson

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“The Lady of Shalott”

“The Lotos-Eaters”



“The Epic”

“Tears, Idle Tears”

“In Memoriam”

“The Charge of the Light Brigade”

“Crossing the Bar”

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Tennyson's Poetry

by marnie94, April 11, 2013

This essay provides a close reading of Tennyson. (Look for it towards the end of the essay.) I wrote this in my first year at uni.

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Slight Corrections

by Authoclaese_Feldspar, August 19, 2013

Part IV is 6 stanzas in length (not 5 stanzas as stated here) and the "Shalott/Camelot" rhyme is deviated from twice in Part III - 'Lancelot' is the first B rhyme of the first stanza and the second B rhyme of the fourth stanza. It's all about the detail!

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