10) Alfred Tennyson
, Poems (London: Edward Moxon, 1833).
Cameron was a narrative photographer, often choosing titles that suggest a hidden plot, whether directly (as in the series requested by her friend Alfred Tennyson
to illustrate his Idylls of the King), or more allusively.
Optimism undimmed, McGonagall simply assured himself that Victoria would have to welcome him when he succeeded Alfred Tennyson
as Poet Laureate.
When one thinks about the Victorians, two figures immediately come to mind: Queen Victoria and Alfred Tennyson
Isle Of Wight troubadour Armfield's buried treasure status is enhanced by this handsome adaptation of poems by late, celebrated IOW resident Alfred Tennyson
At her grandfather's ironical 'perfect death', he gives her forbidden poems from Lord Alfred Tennyson
and, more significantly, Dylan Thomas whose Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night transforms Cassia's thinking.
Poets such as Lord Alfred Tennyson
and Robert Browning are buried in the Corner, along with writers Charles Dickens, Dr Samuel Johnson, Thomas Hardy and Rudyard Kipling.
Many leading British figures are buried there, including Isaac Newton, Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer, Samuel Johnson, Rudyard Kipling, Alfred Tennyson
, Henry Purcell, William Wilberforce and Thomas Hardy.
, the voice of the 19th century, was born 20 miles east of Lincoln, deep in the wolds of Lincolnshire in Somersby, 1809.
Other archives concern The National Portrait Gallery, a Glaswegian carpet firm, and former Poet Laureate Alfred Tennyson
The Georgian hotel had many illustrious guests before it closed 20 years ago, including Jane Austin, Alfred Tennyson
and Dwight D.
IF YOU know your Alfred Tennyson
from your William Wordsworth and your Henry James Pye from your Cecil Day- Lewis, then this is likely to be right up your street.
Since then, the post has been filled by such figures as William Wordsworth, Lord Alfred Tennyson
, Robert Bridges and, lately, Ted Hughes and Andrew Motion, who served for the newly reduced term of 10 years rather than life.
The ring was originally a gift to Dickens from the famous poet Alfred Tennyson
A DIAMOND ring given to the author Charles Dickens by his poet friend Lord Alfred Tennyson
is due to be auctioned.