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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English


  • Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, -- Baron, -- 1809-1892.

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Edition Notes

Reprint. Originally published: London : Jarrold, 1856.

StatementRobert James Mann.
SeriesThe Victorian muse, Victorian muse
LC ClassificationsPR5567 .M3 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination78 p. ;
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19297526M
ISBN 100824086112
LC Control Number86004815

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Maud is a tour de force, a work of considerable complexity and originality in form and content. For its time, it had been a strikingly original internal monologue, unlike any of Alfred, Lord. Maud was consideredTennyson's favourite of his own works and often recitedit in fullat parties. The other poems included are, The Brook, An Idyl, The Letters, Odeon the Death of the Duke of Wellington, The Daisy, To the Rev. F. D. Maurice, Will and finally The Charge of the Light Brigadewhichhad been banned for eight and a half years as a disgrace. tents. The Tennysons were friends with Sydney Dobell, a prominent Spasmodic, whose work may have influenced the writing of Maud. 13 That the Spasmodics were a passing liter­ ary convention, though, emphasizes where Victorian literary taste lay Author: Akemi Janice Okura.   Alfred, Lord Tennyson remains the Oxford English Dictionary’s ninth most-quoted individual, and to look at his CV is to understand why. Named Poet Laureate of Great Britain upon the death of William Wordsworth in , Tennyson’s poems have left an indelible mark not just on poetry but on the English language as a whole.

6 quotes from Maud: ‘Tis a morning pure and sweet,And a dewy splendour fallsOn the little flower that clingsTo the turrets and the walls;'Tis a morni Cited by: 5. Come Into the Garden, Maud Paperback – January 1, by Alfred Tennyson (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Author: Alfred Tennyson. Maud, a monodrama, was published in Many parts were used as lyrics for songs at the time. The last of three of Tennyson’s major comedies, it was not received well and was. In Maud; A Monodrama, Alfred Lord Tennyson explores the journey of a man in the universal search for the perfect Garden of Eden. Originally titled Maud or Madness, he described the “little Hamlet” as the history of a morbid poetic soul” who is “the heir of madness, an egotist with the makings of a cynic” (Hill ).