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Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson


Table Of Contents:

Poetry Books
Idylls of The King
Enoch Arden, &C

Suppressed Poems
Timbuctoo
Poems Chiefly Lyrical (20+ poems)
Contributions to Periodicals, 1831-32 (5 poems)
Poems, 1833 (10 poems)
Miscellaneous Poems & Contributions to Periodicals, 1833-68 (10+ poems)
The Lover's Tale

Poems
After-Thought
All Things Will Die
Amphion
And Ask Ye Why These Sad Tears Stream?
Audley Court
The Ballad of Oriana
Beautiful City
The Beggar Maid
The Blackbird
Break, Break, Break
By An Evolutionist
The Brook
The Burial of Love
The Captain
Cenone
A Character
The Charge of the Heavy Brigade
The Charge of the Light Brigade
Circumstance
Claribel
Come Down, O Maid
Come not, when I am dead
Cradle Song
Crossing the Bar
The Daisy
The Dawn
The Day-Dream
The Dead Prophet
The Death of the Old Year
Dedicatory Poem to the Princess Alice
The Defence of Lucknow
Demeter and Persephone
The Deserted House
A Dream of Fair Women
The Dying Swan
The Eagle
Early Sonnets
Early Spring
Edward Gray
Eleanore
England and America in 1782
The Fall of Jerusalem
A Farewell
Fatima
Far-far-away
The Fleet
Flower in the Crannied Wall
'Frater Ave atque Vale'
Freedom
Friendship
Godiva
The Golden Year
The Goose
The Higher Pantheism
In Memoriam A. H. H.
In Memoriam W. G. Ward
In the Children's Hospital
In the Garden at Swainston
Isabel
June Bracken and Heather
Kate
The Kraken
Lady Clare
The Lady of Shalott
Lamentation of the Peruvians
Leonine Elegiacs
Lilian
Literary Squabbles
Locksley Hall
The Lotos-Eaters
Love and Death
'Love thou thy land, with love far-brought'
Madeline
Marriage Morning
Mariana
Mariana in the South
Maud; A Monodrama
The May Queen
Merlin and the Gleam
Midnight
The Miller's Daughter
Montenegro
'Move eastward, happy earth, and leave'
'My life is full of weary days'
Nothing will Die
Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal
The Oak
Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington
Ode to Memory
'Of old sat Freedom on the heights'
On the Jubilee of Queen Victoria
On a Mourner
Opening of the Indian and Colonial Exhibition by the Queen
The Palace of Art
Parnassus
The Poet
The Poet's Mind
The Poet's Song
Poets and their Bibliographies
Politics
Prefatory Poem to My Brother's Sonnets
The Princess
De Profundis
The Progress of Spring
Recollections of the Arabian Nights
Ring Out Wild Bells
Rizpah
The Roses on the Terrace
The Sea-Fairies
Sir Galahad
The Sisters
The Snowdrop
Song: 'A spirit haunts the year's last hours'
Song: 'The winds, as at their hour of birth'
The Spiteful Letter
Spring
St. Agnes' Eve
St. Simeon Stylites
Summer Night
Supposed Confessions of a Second-Rate Sensitive Mind
The Tears Of Heaven
The Third of February, 1852
To--
To--
To Alfred Tennyson, My Grandson
To the Duke of Argyll
To E. Fitzgerald
To E. L., on his Travels in Greece
To H. R. H. Princess Beatrice
To J. S.
To the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava
To the Rev. F.D. Maurice
To Victor Hugo
To Virgil
To Ulysses
Ulysses
Vastness
The Victim
The Vision of Sin
The Voice and the Peak
Wages
The Walk at Midnight
Walking to the Mail
Will
'You ask me, why, tho' ill at ease'

Plays:
Becket
The Cup
The Falcon
Harold
The Promise of May
Queen Mary
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Table Of Contents:

Poetry Books
Idylls of The King
Enoch Arden, &C

Suppressed Poems
Timbuctoo
Poems Chiefly Lyrical (20+ poems)
Contributions to Periodicals, 1831-32 (5 poems)
Poems, 1833 (10 poems)
Miscellaneous Poems & Contributions to Periodicals, 1833-68 (10+ poems)
The Lover's Tale

Poems
After-Thought
All Things Will Die
Amphion
And Ask Ye Why These Sad Tears Stream?
Audley Court
The Ballad of Oriana
Beautiful City
The Beggar Maid
The Blackbird
Break, Break, Break
By An Evolutionist
The Brook
The Burial of Love
The Captain
Cenone
A Character
The Charge of the Heavy Brigade
The Charge of the Light Brigade
Circumstance
Claribel
Come Down, O Maid
Come not, when I am dead
Cradle Song
Crossing the Bar
The Daisy
The Dawn
The Day-Dream
The Dead Prophet
The Death of the Old Year
Dedicatory Poem to the Princess Alice
The Defence of Lucknow
Demeter and Persephone
The Deserted House
A Dream of Fair Women
The Dying Swan
The Eagle
Early Sonnets
Early Spring
Edward Gray
Eleanore
England and America in 1782
The Fall of Jerusalem
A Farewell
Fatima
Far-far-away
The Fleet
Flower in the Crannied Wall
'Frater Ave atque Vale'
Freedom
Friendship
Godiva
The Golden Year
The Goose
The Higher Pantheism
In Memoriam A. H. H.
In Memoriam W. G. Ward
In the Children's Hospital
In the Garden at Swainston
Isabel
June Bracken and Heather
Kate
The Kraken
Lady Clare
The Lady of Shalott
Lamentation of the Peruvians
Leonine Elegiacs
Lilian
Literary Squabbles
Locksley Hall
The Lotos-Eaters
Love and Death
'Love thou thy land, with love far-brought'
Madeline
Marriage Morning
Mariana
Mariana in the South
Maud; A Monodrama
The May Queen
Merlin and the Gleam
Midnight
The Miller's Daughter
Montenegro
'Move eastward, happy earth, and leave'
'My life is full of weary days'
Nothing will Die
Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal
The Oak
Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington
Ode to Memory
'Of old sat Freedom on the heights'
On the Jubilee of Queen Victoria
On a Mourner
Opening of the Indian and Colonial Exhibition by the Queen
The Palace of Art
Parnassus
The Poet
The Poet's Mind
The Poet's Song
Poets and their Bibliographies
Politics
Prefatory Poem to My Brother's Sonnets
The Princess
De Profundis
The Progress of Spring
Recollections of the Arabian Nights
Ring Out Wild Bells
Rizpah
The Roses on the Terrace
The Sea-Fairies
Sir Galahad
The Sisters
The Snowdrop
Song: 'A spirit haunts the year's last hours'
Song: 'The winds, as at their hour of birth'
The Spiteful Letter
Spring
St. Agnes' Eve
St. Simeon Stylites
Summer Night
Supposed Confessions of a Second-Rate Sensitive Mind
The Tears Of Heaven
The Third of February, 1852
To--
To--
To Alfred Tennyson, My Grandson
To the Duke of Argyll
To E. Fitzgerald
To E. L., on his Travels in Greece
To H. R. H. Princess Beatrice
To J. S.
To the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava
To the Rev. F.D. Maurice
To Victor Hugo
To Virgil
To Ulysses
Ulysses
Vastness
The Victim
The Vision of Sin
The Voice and the Peak
Wages
The Walk at Midnight
Walking to the Mail
Will
'You ask me, why, tho' ill at ease'

Plays:
Becket
The Cup
The Falcon
Harold
The Promise of May
Queen Mary

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