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“Thomas Edison’s people convinced Alfred Tennyson to chant the “Charge of the Light Brigade” into a microphone.”
“Did you know that Alfred Tennyson is to have a pension of £200 a year after all?”
“From the age of twelve on, Alfred Tennyson was home-schooled by his fierce, crazy father.”
“At the hour when the strong and helpful, yet tender and sympathetic, friendship of Alfred Tennyson and Arthur Hallam was at its height, there came a brief and abrupt word from Vienna to the effect that Arthur was dead.”
“The reason which David Masson offers in his “Recent British Philosophy” for placing Alfred Tennyson among the same class is equally applicable now:”
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This list began while I was taking a class in Victorian Literature. I became aware of the euphonius quality of the names of many Victorian period poets. I would not limit my list to names of poet...
William Makepeace..., Dollie Radford, A.E. Houseman, R.E. Edgarton War..., Dora Greenwell, Alfred Tennyson, Algernon Charles ..., T.L. Peacock, Charlotte Bronte, Thomas Babbington..., Rudyard Kipling, Oscar Wilde and 9 more...
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