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Author: Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Baron
Publisher: London, New York, Oxford University Press, [1962]
Series: Oxford standard authors
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Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892.
Poetical works.
London, New York, Oxford University Press, [1962]
(OCoLC)646827363
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Baron
OCLC Number: 14916053
Description: xvi, 867 pages 19 cm
Contents: . To the queen --
Claribel --
Nothing will die --
All things will die --
Leonine Elegiacs --
Supposed confessions of a second-rate sensitive mind --
The Kraken --
Song --
Lilian --
Isabel --
Mariana --
To --
Madeline --
Song-the owl --
Second song-to the same --
Recollections of the Arabian nights --
Ode to memory-addressed to- --
Song --
A character --
The poet --
The poet's mind --
The sea-fairies --
The deserted house --
The dying swan --
A dirge --
Love and death --
The ballad of Oriana --
Circumstance --
The Merman --
The sleeping beauty --
The arrival --
The revival --
The departure --
Moral --
L'Envoi --
Epilogue --
Amphion --
St. Agnes' Eve --
Sir Galahad --
Edward Gray --
Will waterproof's lyrical monologue --
Lady Clare --
The captain --
The Lord of Burleigh --
The voyage --
Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere --
A farewell --
The beggar maid --
The eagle --
'Move eastward, happy earth, and leave' --
'Come not, when I am dead' --
The letters --
The vision of sin. . CONT. To -, after reading a life and letters --
To E.L., on his travels in Greece --
'Break, break, break' --
The poet's song --
Enoch Arden --
The brook --
Aylmer's field 1793 --
Sea dreams --
Lucretius --
The princess; a medley --
Ode on the death of the Duke of Wellington --
The third of February 1852 --
The charge of the light brigade --
Ode sung at the opening of the international exhibition --
A welcome to Alexandra --
A welcome to Her Royal Highness Marie Alexandrovna, Duchess of Edinburgh --
The grandmother --
Northern farmer. Old style --
Northern farmer. New style --
The daisy --
To the Rev. F.D. Maurice --
Will --
In the valley of Cauteretz --
In the garden at Swainston --
The flower --
Requiescat --
The sailor boy --
The islet --
Child-songs 1. The city child 2. Minnie and Winnie --
The spiteful letter --
Literary squabbles --
The victim --
Wages --
The higher pantheism --
The voice and the peak --
'Flower in the crannied wall' --
A dedication --
Boadicea. . CONT. In quantity. On translations of Homer --
Milton --
Specimen of a translation of the Iliad in blank verse --
The window --
On the hill --
At the window --
Gone --
Winter --
Spring --
The letter --
No answer --
The answer --
Ay --
When --
Marriage morning --
In memoriam A.H.H. --
Maud: A monodrama --
Dedication --
The coming of Arthur --
The round table --
Gareth and Lynette --
The marriage of Geraint --
Geraint and Enid --
Balin and Balan --
Merlin and Vivien --
Lancelot and Elaine --
The holy grail --
Pelleas and Ettarre --
The last tournament --
Guinevere --
The passing of Arthur --
To the queen --
The lover's tale --
To Alfred Tennyson, my grandson --
The first quarrel --
Rizpah --
The northern cobbler --
The revenge: A ballad of the fleet --
The sisters --
The village wife; or, the Entail --
In the children's hospital --
Dedicatory poem to the Princess Alice --
The defence of Lucknow --
Sir John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham --
Columbus --
The voyage of Maeldune --
De profundis. . CONT. The two greetings --
The human cry --
Prefatory sonnet to the ' nineteenth century' --
To the Rev. W.H. Brookfield --
Montenegro --
To Victor Hugo --
Battle of Brunanburh --
Achilles over the trench --
To Princess Frederica on her marriage --
Sir John Franklin --
To Dante --
To E. Fitzgerald --
Tiresias --
The wreck --
Despair --
The ancient sage --
The flight --
Tomorrow --
The spinster's sweet-arts --
Locksley Hall sixty years after --
Prologue to General Hamley --
The charge of the heavy brigade at Balaclava --
Epilogue --
To Virgil --
The dead prophet --
Early spring --
Prefatory poem to my brother's sonnets --
'Frater Ave atque Vale' --
Helen's tower --
Epitaph on Lord Stratford de Redcliffe --
Epitaph on General Gordon --
Epitaph on Caxton --
To the Duke of Argyll --
Hands all round --
Freedom --
To H.R.H. Princess Beatrice --
The fleet --
Opening of the indian and colonial exhibition by the queen --
Poets and their bibliographies --
To W.C. Macready --
Queen Mary: a drama. . CONT. Poets and critics --
A voice spake out of the skies --
Doubt and prayer --
Faith --
The silent voices --
God and the universe --
The death of the Duke of Clarence and Avondale --
Crossing the bar --
Timbuctoo --
The 'how' and the 'why' --
The burial of love --
To- --
Songs --
Hero to leander --
The mystic --
The grasshopper --
Love, pride, and forgetfulness --
Chorus --
Lost hope --
The tears of heaven --
Love and sorrow --
To a lady sleeping --
Sonnets --
Love --
English warsong --
National song --
Dualism --
Oi peovtes --
No more --
Anacreontics --
A fragment --
Sonnets --
Sonnet --
The palace of Art --
The Hesperides --
Note to Rosalind --
A dream of fair women --
Song --
Sonnet --
O darling room --
To Christopher North --
Stanzas --
Britons, guard your own --
For the penny-wise --
Suggested by reading an article in a newspaper --
Stanzas on the marriage of the Princess Royal --
Epitaph on the Dutchess Kent --
The ringlet --
Songs --
1865-1866.
Series Title: Oxford standard authors

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