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Fri Mar 21 17:13:56 2014 UTClccn-n791429360.07The lady of Shalott /0.420.84In memoriam61540536Alfred,_Lord_Tennysonn 79142936374140Alcibiades, 1809-1892Lord Tennyson, Alfred, 1809-1892Tenisons, Alfreds, 1809-1892Tennyson.Tennyson, 1st Baron, 1809-1892Tennyson, A. 1809-1892Tennyson, Alfred.Tennyson, Alfred, 1809-1892Tennyson, Alfred, baron, 1809-1892Tennyson, Alfred, Baron Tennyson, 1809-1892Tennyson, Alfred, LordTennyson, Alfred, Lord, 1809-1892Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson.Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, 1809-1892Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, BaronTennyson, Alfred Tennyson, baron, 1809-1892Tennyson, Alfredo, 1809-1892Tennyson d'Eyncourt, Alfred.Tennyson d'Eyncourt, Alfred 1809-1892Tennyson, Lord 1809-1882Tennyson, Lord, 1809-1892Теннисон, Альфред, 1809-1892טניסון, אלפרד, 1809-1892טעניסאן, אלפרד, 1809-1892טעניסאן, אלפרעדטענעסאן, א. 1892-1809テニスン, アルフレッドテニソンlccn-n79043688Browning, Robert1812-1889lccn-n79045174Arnold, Matthew1822-1888lccn-n50013066Tennyson, Charles1879-1977edtlccn-n79148873Ricks, Christopher1933-edtnp-arthur$kingArthurKinglccn-n50009924Tennyson, Hallam TennysonBaron1852-1928edtlccn-n79047585Swinburne, Algernon Charles1837-1909dtelccn-n79056144Hallam, Arthur Henry1811-1833hnrlccn-n79046230Hardy, Thomas1840-1928lccn-n80086699Shannon, Edgar Finley1918-1997edtTennyson, Alfred TennysonBaron1809-1892PoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyStudy guidesConcordancesRecords and correspondenceDramaJuvenile worksHistoryPortraitsTennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,Poets, EnglishEnglish poetryArthurian romancesBrowning, Robert,Arthur,--KingKnights and knighthoodGreat BritainArnold, Matthew,EnglandWill in literatureCamelot (Legendary place)English language--VersificationEnglish language--RhythmLiterature and societyHopkins, Gerard Manley,Hardy, Thomas,Criticism and interpretationHallam, Arthur Henry,ExaminationsRomanticismEmerson, Ralph Waldo,Comparative literature--American and EnglishComparative literature--English and AmericanPoetryIdylls of the King (Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron)Knights and knighthood in literaturePeriodicals--PublishingMiddle Ages in literatureKings and rulers as literary charactersMedievalismSwinburne, Algernon Charles,Morris, William,Politics and literatureLiterature publishingAuthors and publishersPoetry--PublishingArt appreciationDidactic poetryPatriotic poetryRelations with publishersPolitical and social viewsUnited StatesLiteratureShannon, Edgar Finley,Elegiac poetry, EnglishFriendship in literatureMary--I,--Queen of England,FamiliesYoung adult poetry, English1809189218091821182318241825182718281829183018311832183318341835183718381840184118421843184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014225005601216841821.8PR5550ocn006608028ocn044004686ocn020372930ocn041902968ocn021799131ocn021799139ocn269068262ocn182562729ocn192215175ocn021799145ocn688557152ocn003697641ocn036567466ocn654123653ocn017501031ocn746131751ocn017663573ocn083387978ocn708216786ocn466444993ocn858062774ocn810918718ocn811426214ocn864496027ocn725313833ocn725458444ocn799533116ocn725337343ocn724710685ocn724392161ocn725080270ocn725592671ocn724924562ocn256594997ocn464884426ocn464894770ocn707189583ocn442499446ocn440851074ocn440141862ocn074343641ocn691351798ocn658512502ocn743070149ocn724090423ocn724496135ocn801381309ocn762470018ocn762503757ocn724135131ocn843063759ocn658570496ocn042193242Poets, English5712463ocn000697188book18590.28Tennyson, Alfred TennysonIdylls of the king notes ...Criticism, interpretation, etcLegendsPoetryDramaStudy guidesTennyson's version of the Arthurian legend takes the form of twelve poems telling of King Arthur and the Round Table, from Arthur's initial meeting with his future queen, Guinevere, to the last battle with his son, Modred. This edition also includes extensive selections from Tennyson's other works+-+18077959652401453ocn004607991book18460.66Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe poetical works of Alfred, lord TennysonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryPortraits+-+4351461125232083ocn000362827book13120.28Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe poems and plays of Alfred lord TennysonHistoryBiography2311269ocn002155245book18780.63Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe works of TennysonPoetry1992290ocn003968433book18490.84Tennyson, Alfred TennysonIn memoriamCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryIllustrations1923217ocn002024748book18000.79Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe princess : a medleyPoetryDrama157996ocn001294923book18330.25Tennyson, Alfred TennysonPoemsA collection of narrative and short lyrical works by the poet favored by Queen Victoria includes "The Lady of Shalott," extracts from "Idylls of the King," and the complete text of "Ulysses."+-+72369555961528120ocn000172717book18000.25Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe complete poetical works of TennysonPoetryDonated by the estate of Dr. Donald S. Moore+-+5645163905122146ocn057339509book19000.07Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe lady of ShalottHistoryJuvenile worksPoetryIllustrationsExhibition catalogsAn illustrated version of the poem about the fate of the beautiful Lady of Shalott+-+6923288006118910ocn044961792file18860.25Tennyson, Alfred TennysonEnoch ArdenPoetry11734ocn044961671file19970.25Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe princess11703ocn044958020file0.25Tennyson, Alfred TennysonIdylls of the king, and other Arthurian poems11562ocn044955689file0.25Tennyson, Alfred TennysonPoems of Alfred Lord Tennyson1119122ocn002600724book18270.81Tennyson, Alfred TennysonPoemsIncluding all the Juvenilia and several poems from the early and middle periods109345ocn000843438book18980.32Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe poetic and dramatic works of Alfred, lord TennysonHistoryBiography+-+679474269697975ocn008575843book18750.76Tennyson, Alfred TennysonQueen Mary : a dramaDrama+-+470764269691422ocn000364742book19300.66Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe devil and the lady, and Unpublished early poems9055ocn000520911book19730.39Tennyson, Alfred TennysonIn memoriam; an authoritative text, backgrounds and sources, criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry+-+942845848586814ocn052853311book19250.08Tennyson, Alfred TennysonAlfred, Lord TennysonA brief profile of the nineteenth century English poet, Alfred Tennyson, accompanies selections from some of his best known works+-+776114153585521ocn006915839book19810.53Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe letters of Alfred Lord TennysonBiographyRecords and correspondenceLa version électronique de "The Letters of Alfred Lord Tennyson", faisant partie de la base de données "The InteLex Past Masters English Letters", contient l'édition complète des lettres de Tennyson, en 3 volumes, tels que publiés par Clarendon Press, Harvard University Press, et Oxford University Press+-+8830709215305310ocn044964450book19850.25Tennyson, Alfred TennysonAlfred, Lord TennysonCriticism, interpretation, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcStudy guidesA selection of critical essays published during the last half-century on the work of Tennyson+-+5061902235206919ocn000309395book19010.37Ricks, ChristopherTennysonCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+400139888532420286ocn048139611file19990.37Campbell, MatthewRhythm and will in Victorian poetryHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"In Rhythm and Will in Victorian Poetry, Matthew Campbell explores the work of four Victorian poets - Tennyson, Browning, Hopkins and Hardy - as they show a consistent and innovative concern with questions of human agency and will. The Victorians saw the virtues attendant upon a strong will as central to themselves and to their culture, and Victorian poetry strove to find an aesthetic form to represent this sense of the human will. Through close study of the metre, rhyme and rhythm of a wide range of poems - including monologue, lyric and elegy - Campbell reveals how closely technical questions of poetics are related, in the work of these poets, to issues of psychology, ethics and social change. He goes on to discuss more general questions of poetics, and the implications of the achievement of the Victorian poets in a wider context, from Milton through Romanticism and into contemporary critical debate."--Jacket+-+2047916705194381ocn000367892book18970.53Tennyson, Hallam TennysonAlfred lord Tennyson; a memoir by his sonBiographyRecords and correspondenceIncludes many letters to and from Tennyson and several contributions from various sources+-+9828361125185215ocn004392392book19600.39Buckley, Jerome HamiltonTennyson : the growth of a poetCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography16624ocn006249826book19800.31Martin, Robert BernardTennyson, the unquiet heartBiography15995ocn000120745book19700.27Kissane, James DAlfred TennysonCriticism, interpretation, etcChapters are divided into his work as a lyric poet, as a narrative poet, and as a dramatic poet151716ocn000310306book19520.53Johnson, E. D. HThe alien vision of Victorian poetry; sources of the poetic imagination in Tennyson, Browning, and ArnoldCriticism, interpretation, etc150913ocn000284354book19600.47Killham, JohnCritical essays on the poetry of TennysonCriticism, interpretation, etc145838ocn000291561book19220.56Nicolson, HaroldTennyson, aspects of his life, character and poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography13763ocn048139528com19940.37Brantley, Richard EAnglo-American antiphony the late romanticism of Tennyson and EmersonCriticism, interpretation, etcThis is Richard Brantley's most wide-ranging and his most personal book. It connects the epistemology of John Locke to evangelical Christianity, showing how the late ("but not belated") Romanticism of Emerson's prose and Tennyson's In Memoriam A. H. H. exemplifies the period's trust in experience as the best means of knowing what is true. Interpreting their work in light of the eighteenth-century thought of John Wesley (founder of British Methodism) and Jonathan Edwards (leader of the American Great Awakening), Brantley composes a complex harmony of ideas, much as the antiphonal voices in a divided chancel choir rejoice in agreeable, yet complicated, song. With a willingness to risk the widest ramifications of his ideas, Brantley explores the creative tension between empiricism and evangelicalism, reaffirming the hopefulness of Romantic literature and of the Romantic writers who used their poetry and prose to examine issues of personal urgency. He seeks specific answers to the question of ultimate meaning in human existence, boldly asserting that the optimism of Tennyson and Emerson "makes so much sense for their social world that it may even make sense for today's individual-in-society." His method is relatively unsystematic, for he invokes Keats's "Negative Capability," the ability to rest with "uncertainties, Mysteries, doubts, without any irritable reaching after fact and reason." While emphasizing this value amid multiple perspectives and cultures, Brantley, in this concluding volume of his historical-critical tetralogy, aspires to the condition of open mind and warm heart that he finds in Wesley, Edwards, Tennyson, and Emerson135010ocn003251181book19490.47Tennyson, CharlesAlfred TennysonBiographyFirst published in 1949. Signed copy134728ocn000172455book19300.39Lucas, F. LTennysonCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRepresents Tennyson's work in many poetic forms over more than sixty years. The collection includes a substantial introduction, explanatory notes and bibliographical information+-+375030596512926ocn000701452book19730.47Palmer, D. JTennysonCriticism, interpretation, etc127353ocn001159080book18940.56Brooke, Stopford AugustusTennyson, his art and relation to modern lifeCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+335591379612027ocn028547942book19930.28Levi, PeterTennysonBiographyPeter Levi, a prolific poet and one of England's most well-respected scholars, brings his wide learning and poet's sensibility to an intelligent and appreciative examination of the life and work of one of the English language's most accomplished and enduring masters. As the popular author of In Memoriam, Maud, Idylls of the King, and "The Charge of the Light Brigade," Alfred, Lord Tennyson towered over the middle and second half of nineteenth-century English poetry. But for all his fame and influence, including a forty-year reign as England's poet laureate and friendships with the likes of Queen Victoria, Thomas Carlyle, and Thackeray, Tennyson remained a very private, interior individual. Levi observes that the poet remains mysterious in part because his life was so intricately wedded to poetry, which itself is a mystery. In his later years Tennyson feared he would be "ripped open like a pig" by biographers. And his close friend Benjamin Jowett wrote, "He would have wished that, like Shakespeare, his life might be unknown to posterity." But a life so abundant and work so rich as Tennyson's deserve, indeed demand, close attention. To this smart and often amusing study, Peter Levi brings his extensive knowledge of the art of poetry and his longstanding admiration for one of the most enigmatic and enduring voices in literature+-+K711469315118925ocn000364752book19140.53Baker, Arthur EA concordance to the poetical and dramatic works of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, including the poems contained in the "Life of Alfred, Lord Tennyson," and the "Suppressed poems, " 1830-1868Concordances11554ocn607665678file19990.37Lambdin, Laura CCamelot in the nineteenth century Arthurian characters in the poems of Tennyson, Arnold, Morris, and SwinburneHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcArthurian romancesFor centuries, accounts of King Arthur and his court have fascinated historians, scholars, poets, and readers. Each age has added material to reflect its own cultural attitudes, but no era has supplemented the earlier versions more than the poets of the Medieval Revival of nineteenth-century England. This book examines how Arthurian legend was read and rewritten during that period by four enduring writers: Alfred Lord Tennyson, Matthew Arnold, William Morris, and Algernon Charles Swinburne. While other works have looked at Arthurian legend in light of nineteenth-century social conditions, this volume focuses on how these poets approached love and death in their works, and how the legend of Arthur shaped their vision+-+797668868511556ocn320322735com20060.39Ledbetter, KathrynTennyson and Victorian periodicals commodities in contextHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDespite Tennyson's supposed hostility to periodicals, Ledbetter shows that he made a career-long habit of contributing to them and in the process revealed not only his willingness to promote his career but also his status as a highly valued commodity. Her book enriches our understanding of Tennyson's relationship to periodical culture and the textual implications of a poem's relationship with other texts on a periodical page+-+646201902511342ocn006554905book19800.32Tennyson, Alfred TennysonTennyson : a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+9428458485+-+9428458485Fri Mar 21 15:14:03 EDT 2014batch255572