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´╗┐Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson
Author: Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron
Language: English
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WORKS OF

ALFRED LORD TENNYSON,

(Poet Laureate)


CONTENTS

##  IDYLLS OF THE KING

##  THE PRINCESS

##  ENOCH ARDEN and OTHERS

LADY CLARE

##  EARLY POEMS OF ALFRED LORD TENNYSON

##  QUEEN MARY AND HAROLD

##  BECKET AND OTHER PLAYS

##  THE SUPPRESSED POEMS OF ALFRED LORD TENNYSON

##  BEAUTIES OF TENNYSON

##  TALES FROM TENNYSON

A DAY WITH THE POET TENNYSON

##  MAUD, AND OTHER POEMS



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



IDYLLS OF THE KING
Flos Regum Arthurus (Joseph of Exeter)
In Twelve Books
By Alfred, Lord Tennyson


CONTENTS
Dedication
The Coming of Arthur
Gareth and Lynette
The Marriage of Geraint
Geraint and Enid
Balin and Balan
Merlin and Vivien
Lancelot and Elaine
The Holy Grail
Pelleas and Ettarre
The Last Tournament
Guinevere
The Passing of Arthur
To the Queen
Prologue
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
CONCLUSION



ENOCH ARDEN, &c.
By Alfred Tennyson


CONTENTS
ENOCH ARDEN.
AYLMER'S FIELD.
SEA DREAMS.
THE GRANDMOTHER.
NORTHERN FARMER.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TITHONUS.
THE VOYAGE.
IN THE VALLEY OF CAUTERETZ.
THE FLOWER.
REQUIESCAT.
THE SAILOR BOY.
THE ISLET.
THE RINGLET.
A WELCOME TO ALEXANDRA.
ODE SUNG AT THE OPENING OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.
A DEDICATION.
EXPERIMENTS.
BOADICEA.
IN QUANTITY.
MILTON.
HENDECASYLLABICS.
SPECIMEN OF A TRANSLATION OF THE ILIAD IN BLANK VERSE.



TENNYSON'S EARLY POEMS
CONTENTS
Preface
Introduction
Part I \xAD the editions
Poems, chiefly lyrical published 1830
Poems published 1832-3
Poems in two volumes, published 1842
alterations
Part II \xAD comparison of the editions
Part III \xAD grouping the poems
Part IV \xAD "Art for art, art for truth."
Early Poems
To the Queen
Claribel \xAD a Melody
Lilian
Isabel
Mariana
To \xAD \xAD ("Clear-headed friend, whose joyful scorn")
Madeline
Song \xAD The Owl
Second Song to the Same
Recollections of the Arabian Nights
Ode to Memory
Song ("A spirit haunts the year's last hours")
Adeline
A Character
The Poet
The Poet's Mind
The Sea-Fairies
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
Mariana in the South
Ele\xE4nore
The Miller's Daughter
Fatima
OEnone
The Sisters
To \xAD \xAD -("I send you here a sort of allegory")
The Palace of Art
Lady Clara Vere de Vere
The May Queen
New Year's Eve
Conclusion
The Lotos-Eaters
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
Edwin Morris; or, The Lake
St. Simeon Stylites
The Talking Oak
Love and Duty
The Golden Year
Ulysses
Locksley Hall
Godiva
The Two Voices
The Day-Dream: \xAD Prologue
The Sleeping Palace
The Sleeping Beauty
The Arrival
The Revival
The Departure
L'Envoi
Epilogue
Amphion
St. Agnes
Sir Galahad
Edward Gray
Will Waterproof's Lyrical Monologue
To \xAD \xAD , after reading a Life and Letters
To E.L., on his Travels in Greece
Lady Clare
The Lord of Burleigh
Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere: a Fragment
A Farewell
The Beggar Maid
The Vision of Sin
"Come not, when I am dead"
The Eagle
"Move eastward, happy earth, and leave"
"Break, break, break"
The Poet's Song
Appendix \xAD Suppressed Poems
Elegiacs
The "How" and the "Why"
Supposed Confessions
The Burial of Love
To \xAD \xAD ("Sainted Juliet! dearest name !")
Song ("I' the glooming light")
Song ("The lintwhite and the throstlecock")
Song ("Every day hath its night")
Nothing will Die
All Things will Die
Hero to Leander
The Mystic
The Grasshopper
Love, Pride and Forgetfulness
Chorus ("The varied earth, the moving heaven")
Lost Hope
The Tears of Heaven
Love and Sorrow
To a Lady Sleeping
Sonnet ("Could I outwear my present state of woe")
Sonnet ("Though Night hath climbed her peak of highest noon")
Sonnet ("Shall the hag Evil die with child of Good")
Sonnet ("The pallid thunderstricken sigh for gain")
Love
The Kraken
English War Song
National Song
Dualisms
We are Free
Greek (transliterated): oi rheontes,
"Mine be the strength of spirit, full and free"
To \xAD ("All good things have not kept aloof)
Buonaparte
Sonnet ("Oh, Beauty, passing beauty! sweetest Sweet!")
The Hesperides
Song ("The golden apple, the golden apple, the hallowed fruit")
Rosalind
Song ("Who can say")
Kate
Sonnet ("Blow ye the trumpet, gather from afar")
Poland
To \xAD ("As when with downcast eyes we muse and brood")
O Darling Room
To Christopher North
The Skipping Rope
Timbuctoo
Bibliography of the Poems of 1842



QUEEN MARY and HAROLD
By Alfred Lord Tennyson, Poet Laureate


CONTENTS
QUEEN MARY: A DRAMA.
HAROLD: A DRAMA.



BECKET AND OTHER PLAYS
By Alfred Lord Tennyson, Poet Laureate


CONTENTS
BECKET
THE CUP
THE FALCON
THE PROMISE OF MAY



THE SUPPRESSED POEMS
Of Alfred Lord Tennyson
1830-1868
EDITED BY J.C. THOMSON
CONTENTS
EDITOR'S NOTE

TIMBUCTOO

POEMS CHIEFLY LYRICAL
i. The How and the Why
ii. The Burial of Love
iii. To \x97\x97
iv. Song 'I' the gloaming light'
v. Song 'Every day hath its night'
vi. Hero to Leander
vii. The Mystic
viii. The Grasshopper
ix. Love, Pride and Forgetfulness
x. Chorus 'The varied earth, the moving heaven'
xi. Lost Hope
xii. The Tears of Heaven
xiii. Love and Sorrow
xiv. To a Lady sleeping
xv. Sonnet 'Could I outwear my present state of woe'
xvi. Sonnet 'Though night hath climbed'
xvii. Sonnet 'Shall the hag Evil die'
xviii. Sonnet 'The pallid thunder stricken sigh for gain'
xix. Love
xx. English War Song
xxi. National Song
xxii. Dualisms
xxiii. ?? ????te?
xxiv. Song 'The lintwhite and the throstlecock'

CONTRIBUTIONS TO PERIODICALS, 1831-32
xxv. A Fragment
xxvi. Anacreontics
xxvii. 'O sad no more! O sweet no more'
xxviii. Sonnet 'Check every outflash, every ruder sally'
xxix. Sonnet 'Me my own fate to lasting sorrow doometh'
xxx. Sonnet 'There are three things that fill my heart with sighs'

POEMS, 1833
xxxi. Sonnet 'Oh beauty, passing beauty'
xxxii. The Hesperides
xxxiii. Rosalind
xxxiv. Song 'Who can say'
xxxv. Sonnet 'Blow ye the trumpet, gather from afar'
xxxvi. O Darling Room
xxxvii. To Christopher North
xxxviii. The Lotos-Eaters
xxxix. A Dream of Fair Women

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO PERIODICALS, 1833-68
xl. Cambridge
xli. The Germ of 'Maud'
xlii. 'A gate and afield half ploughed'
xliii. The Skipping-Rope
xliv. The New Timon and the Poets
xlv. Mablethorpe
xlvi. 'What time I wasted youthful hours'
xlvii. Britons, guard your own
xlviii. Hands all round
xlix. Suggested by reading an article in a newspaper
l. 'God bless our Prince and Bride'
li. The Ringlet
lii. Song 'Home they brought him slain with spears'
liii. 1865-1866

THE LOVER'S TALE, 1833

INDEX OF FIRST LINES



BEAUTIES OF TENNYSON
20 Illustrations By
Frederic B. Schell
CONTENTS
THE BROOK.
SONG FROM "MAUD."
A FAREWELL.
SONG FROM "MAUD."
BREAK, BREAK, BREAK.
FROM "LOCKSLEY HALL."
SONG FROM "MAUD."
SONG FROM "THE PRINCESS."
LILIAN.
RING OUT, WILD BELLS.
FROM "THE PRINCESS."
SONG FROM "THE PRINCESS."
FROM "ENOCH ARDEN."
FROM "ENOCH ARDEN."
THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE.
FROM "THE MAY QUEEN."
SONG FROM "THE PRINCESS."
FROM "HAROLD."
FROM "THE REVENGE."



TALES FROM TENNYSON
Illustrated by H. S. Campbell


CONTENTS
The Coming of King Arthur	9
Gareth and Lynette	29
The Marriage of Geraint	46
Geraint's Quest of Honor	64
Merlin and Vivien	85
Balin and Balan	95
Lancelot and Elaine	104
The Holy Grail	119
Pelleas and Ettarre	132
The Last Tournament	142
The Passing of Arthur	150



MAUD AND OTHER POEMS.
By Alfred Tennyson, D.C.L., Poet Laureate.
1859.


CONTENTS
MAUD
THE BROOK; AN IDYL.
THE LETTERS.
ODE ON THE DEATH OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.
THE DAISY, WRITTEN AT EDINBURGH.
TO THE REV. F. D. MAURICE.
WILL.
THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE





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