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'The Lotos-Eaters and Choric Song' Analysis

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This is my analysis for ‘The Lotos-Eaters and Choric Song’. 931 more words


"Tennyson Was Here", Louth, 15/04/14.

After completely ignoring this plaque for at least eight years, I noticed it today and was astonished. How could I have missed it? Only last month I was in this very shop, which is a Oxfam charity shop in its current incarnation, browsing through the second hand books and buying a copy of “The Red Badge of Courage” by Stephen Crane. 48 more words

...mr tennyson, may we have a word?...

…where have all the flowers¬†poems gone…

So what we have is the corporate media serving as buglers to teach the demonic Vladmir Putin, the new ‘Hitler’, a lesson, to teach him who really won WW II (after all what is Hollywood for?). 661 more words


National Poetry Month

The Oak by Alfred Lord Tennyson

Live thy Life,
Young and old,
Like yon oak,
Bright in spring,
Living gold;

Then; and then
Autumn-changed… 21 more words


Break, Break, Break

Break, break, break on thy cold grey stones, o sea by Rudolf Eickemeyer Jr, (via wikicommons) the title inspired by Alfred Lord Tennyson’s poem - 116 more words


Week 6: Alfred Lord Tennyson Presentation

On Tuesday of this week, I completed my group presentation for the module Victorian Texts & Contexts. I was placed in a group with three other girls – Wynona, Maria and Una – and we decided to concentrate on one of… 155 more words

English Literature