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The Early Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson

By Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson
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  • THE EARLY POEMS
    • EDITED WITH A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION. COMMENTARIES AND NOTES,
      • BY
    • BY
    • PREFACE
  • INTRODUCTION
    • INTRODUCTION
    • II
      • III
        • 2. STUDIES OF PASSION
        • 3. PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES
        • 4. IDYLLS
        • 5. BALLADS
        • 6. AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL
        • 7. POLITICAL GROUP
      • 2. STUDIES OF PASSION
      • 3. PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES
      • 4. IDYLLS
      • 5. BALLADS
      • 6. AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL
      • 7. POLITICAL GROUP
    • III
      • 2. STUDIES OF PASSION
      • 3. PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES
      • 4. IDYLLS
      • 5. BALLADS
      • 6. AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL
      • 7. POLITICAL GROUP
    • 2. STUDIES OF PASSION
    • 3. PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES
    • 4. IDYLLS
    • 5. BALLADS
    • 6. AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL
    • 7. POLITICAL GROUP
  • IV
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • APPENDIX.—SUPPRESSED POEMS:—
        • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE POEMS OF 1842
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE POEMS OF 1842
    • APPENDIX.—SUPPRESSED POEMS:—
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE POEMS OF 1842
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE POEMS OF 1842
  • TO THE QUEEN
  • CLARIBEL
  • LILIAN
  • ISABEL
    • MARIANA
    • TO——
    • MADELINE
  • SONG.—THE OWL
  • SECOND SONG
  • RECOLLECTIONS OF THE ARABIAN NIGHTS
  • ODE TO MEMORY
    • SONG
  • ADELINE
  • A CHARACTER
  • THE POET
  • THE POET'S MIND
  • THE SEA-FAIRIES
    • SONG.
  • THE DESERTED HOUSE
  • THE DYING SWAN
  • A DIRGE
  • LOVE AND DEATH
  • THE BALLAD OF ORIANA
  • CIRCUMSTANCE
  • THE MERMAN
  • THE MERMAID
  • SONNET TO J. M. K.
    • THE LADY OF SHALOTT
      • PART I
        • PART II
      • PART II
      • PART III
        • PART IV
      • PART IV
    • PART I
      • PART II
    • PART II
    • PART III
      • PART IV
    • PART IV
  • MARIANA IN THE SOUTH
  • ELEÄNORE
    • THE MILLER'S DAUGHTER
  • FATIMA
    • NONE
  • THE SISTERS
  • TO——-
  • THE PALACE OF ART
  • LADY CLARA VERE DE VERE
  • THE MAY QUEEN
  • NEW-YEAR'S EVE
    • CONCLUSION
  • THE LOTOS-EATERS
    • CHORIC SONG
  • A DREAM OF FAIR WOMEN
  • MARGARET
  • THE BLACKBIRD.
    • THE DEATH OF THE OLD YEAR
  • TO J. S.
  • "YOU ASK ME WHY, THO' ILL AT EASE…"
  • "OF OLD SAT FREEDOM ON THE HEIGHTS…"
    • "LOVE THOU THY LAND, WITH LOVE FAR-BROUGHT…"
  • THE GOOSE
  • THE EPIC
    • MORTE D'ARTHUR
  • THE GARDENER'S DAUGHTER; OR, THE PICTURES
  • DORA
  • AUDLEY COURT
  • WALKING TO THE MAIL
  • THE EARLY POEMS OF
    • ST. SIMEON STYLITES
  • THE TALKING OAK
  • LOVE AND DUTY
  • THE GOLDEN YEAR
  • ULYSSES
  • LOCKSLEY HALL
  • GODIVA
  • THE TWO VOICES
  • THE DAY-DREAM
    • THE SLEEPING PALACE
      • THE SLEEPING BEAUTY
    • THE SLEEPING BEAUTY
    • THE ARRIVAL
  • THE REVIVAL
    • THE DEPARTURE
    • MORAL
  • L'ENVOI
    • EPILOGUE
  • AMPHION
  • ST. AGNES
  • SIR GALAHAD
  • EDWARD GRAY
  • WILL WATERPROOF'S LYRICAL MONOLOGUE
    • TO——
  • TO E. L.,
  • LADY CLARE
  • THE LORD OF BURLEIGH
  • SIR LAUNCELOT AND QUEEN GUINEVERE
  • A FAREWELL
  • THE BEGGAR MAID
  • THE VISION OF SIN
  • COME NOT, WHEN I AM DEAD…
  • THE EAGLE
  • MOVE EASTWARD, HAPPY EARTH…
  • BREAK, BREAK, BREAK…
  • THE POET'S SONG
  • APPENDIX
    • POEMS PUBLISHED IN MDCCCXXX
      • ELEGIACS
    • ELEGIACS
    • THE "HOW" AND THE "WHY"
  • SUPPOSED CONFESSIONS
  • THE BURIAL OF LOVE
  • TO—
  • SONG
    • I
      • II
    • II
  • SONG
    • II
      • III
        • IV
      • IV
    • III
      • IV
    • IV
  • SONG
    • I
      • II
        • III
      • III
    • II
      • III
    • III
  • NOTHING WILL DIE
  • ALL THINGS WILL DIE
  • HERO TO LEANDER
  • THE MYSTIC
  • THE GRASSHOPPER
    • I
      • II
    • II
  • LOVE, PRIDE AND FORGETFULNESS
  • CHORUS
  • LOST HOPE
  • THE TEARS OF HEAVEN
  • LOVE AND SORROW
  • TO A LADY SLEEPING
  • SONNET
  • SONNET
  • SONNET
  • SONNET
  • LOVE
    • I
      • II
        • III
      • III
    • II
      • III
    • III
  • THE KRAKEN
  • ENGLISH WAR SONG
  • NATIONAL SONG
  • DUALISMS
  • WE ARE FREE
    • II
  • POEMS OF MDCCCXXXIII
    • "MINE BE THE STRENGTH OF SPIRIT…"
  • TO—
    • I
      • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V
        • VII
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VII
    • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VII
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VII
  • BUONAPARTE
  • SONNET
    • II
  • THE HESPERIDES
  • SONG
    • I
      • II
        • III
        • IV
      • III
      • IV
    • II
      • III
      • IV
    • III
    • IV
  • ROSALIND
    • II
      • III
    • III
  • SONG
    • KATE
  • SONNET
  • POLAND
    • TO—
  • O DARLING ROOM
    • I
      • II
        • III
      • III
    • II
      • III
    • III
  • TO CHRISTOPHER NORTH
  • THE SKIPPING ROPE
  • TIMBUCTOO
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE POEMS OF 1842.
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