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 Temple, Sir WilliamTennyson, Charles. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Tennyson, Alfred, Baron
(b. Somersby, Lincolnshire, August 6th, 1809; d. October 6th, 1892). “Poems by Two Brothers” (with his brother Charles Tennyson, 1827); “Timbuctoo” (1829); “Poems, chiefly Lyrical” (1830); “No More,” “Anacreontics,” and “A Fragment,” in The Gem (1831); a “Sonnet,” in The Englishman’s Magazine (1831); a “Sonnet,” in Yorkshire Literary Annual (1832); a “Sonnet,” in Friendship’s Offering (1832); “Poems” (1832); “St. Agnes,” in The Keepsake (1837); “Stanzas,” in The Tribute (1837); “Poems” (1842); “The New Timon and the Poets,” in Punch (1846); “The Princess” (1847 and 1850); “Stanzas,” in The Examiner (1849); “Lines,” in The Manchester Athenœum Album (1850); “In Memoriam” (1850); “Stanzas,” in The Keepsake (1851); “Sonnet to W. C. Macready,” in The Household Narrative (1851); “Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington” (1852); “The Third of February,” in The Examiner (1852); “The Charge of the Light Brigade” in The Examiner (1854); “Maud, and other Poems” (1855); “Idylls of the King” (Enid, Vivien, Elaine, Guinevere) (1859); “The Grandmother’s Apology,” in Once a Week (1859); “Sea Dreams,” in Macmillan’s Magazine (1860); “Tithonus,” in The Cornhill Magazine (1860); “The Sailor Boy,” in The Victoria Regia (1861); “Ode: May the First” (1862); “A Welcome” (1863); “Attempts at Classic Metres in Quantity,” in The Cornhill Magazine (1863); “Epitaph on the Duchess of Kent” (1864); “Enoch Arden” (1864); “The Holy Grail, and other Poems” (1867); “The Victim,” in Good Words (1868); “1865–6,” in Good Words (1868); “A Spiteful Letter,” in Once a Week (1868); “Wages,” in Macmillan’s Magazine (1868); “Lucretius,” in Macmillan’s Magazine (1868); “The Window; or, Songs of the Wrens” (1870); “The Last Tournament,” in The Contemporary Review (1871); “Gareth and Lynette, and other Poems” (1872); “A Welcome to Marie Alexandrovna” (1874); “Queen Mary” (1875); “Harold” (1877); three sonnets, a translation, “Sir Richard Grenville,” and “The Relief of Lucknow,” in the Nineteenth Century (1877–9); “The Lover’s Tale” (1879); a sonnet and “De Profundis,” in the Nineteenth Century (1880); “The Falcon” (1879); “Poems and Ballads” (1881); “The Cup” (1881); “The Promise of May” (1882); “Becket” (1884); “Tiresias” (1886); “Locksley Hall, Sixty Years-After” (1886); “Jubilee Poem” (1887); “Demeter,” etc. (1889); “Aylmer’s Field” (1891); “The Death of Œnone,” etc. (1892); “The Foresters” (1892). Also the following: “Britons, guard your own,” in The Examiner (1852); “Hands all Round,” in The Examiner (1852); and “Riflemen, form!” in The Times (1859). “A Selection from the Works” in 1865; “Songs” in 1871. “Works” in one volume in 1878. “Concordance” in 1869; “Bibliography” (1896). See “Tennysoniana” (1879), and T. H. Smith’s “Notes and Marginalia” on Alfred Tennyson” (1873). Analyses of “In Memoriam” by Tanish and Fredk. Wm. Robertson. For Criticism, see Brimley’s “Essays,” Tuckerman’s “Essays,” Elsdale’s “Studies in the Idylls” (1878), A. H. Hallam’s “Remains,” W. C. Roscoe’s “Essays,” Kingsley’s “Miscellanies,” Hutton’s “Essays,” Tainsh’s “Studies in Tennyson,” Bayne’s “Essays,” Austin’s “Poetry of the Period,” J. H. Stirling’s “Essays,” J. H. Ingram in “The Dublin Afternoon Lectures,” A. H. Japp’s “Three Great Teachers” (1865), Forman’s “Living Poets,” Buchanan’s “Master Spirits,” Stedman’s “Victorian Poets,” “Lord Tennyson, a Biographical Sketch,” by H. J. Jennings (1884), John Churton Collins’s “Illustrations of Tennyson” (1891), A. J. Church’s “The Laureate’s Country” (1891); Joseph Jacob’s “Tennyson and ‘In Memoriam’” (1892), A. Waugh’s “Alfred Lord Tennyson” (1892), G. G. Napier’s “Homes and Haunts of . . Tennyson” (1892); Mrs. Ritchie’s “Records of Tennyson” (1892), and “Alfred Lord Tennyson and his Friends” (1893), B. Francis’s “The Scenery of Tennyson’s Poems” (1893), H. Littledale’s “Essays on the Idylls of the King” (1893), H. S. Salt’s “Tennyson as a Thinker” (1893), Stopford Brooke’s “Tennyson: his Art and Relation to Modern Life” (1894).   1

 Temple, Sir WilliamTennyson, Charles. 


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