Name: Alfred Tennyson Occupation: Poet Birth Date: August 06,1809 Death Date: October 06,1892 Place Of Birth : Somersby, united kingdom Place Of Death: Aldworth , united kingdom Full Name: Alfred Tennyson , 1 st Baron Tennyson Nick Name : The lord Tennyson. 1820. 1827.
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Birth Date: August 06,1809
Death Date:October 06,1892
Place Of Birth :Somersby, united kingdom
Place Of Death: Aldworth , united kingdom
Full Name: Alfred Tennyson , 1st Baron Tennyson
Nick Name: The lord Tennyson
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-Music of the verse : Tennyson had an extraordinary ear for cadence and rhythm.
-Tennyson was distressed by the shaking of traditional religious beliefs by scientists like Darwin.
-In his mental and emotional outlook , he is very representative of his age.
-His idiom was that of the Romantics.
to the notice of his age the old romance which it was ready to accept
-His poetry is pure , , tender and ennobling
-His portraits and ideas of women are very delicate
Tennyson has sometimes been accused of deficiency in his power of thought
Strong Son of God, immortal Love,Whom we, that have not seen thy face,By faith, and faith alone, embrace,
Believing where we cannot prove;
Thine are these orbs of light and shade;Thou madestLife in man and brute;Thou madestDeath; and lo, thy footIs on the skull which thou hast made.
Thou wilt not leave us in the dust:Thou madest man, he knows not why,He thinks he was not made to die;And thou hast made him: thou art just.Thou seemest human and divine,The highest, holiest manhood, thou.Our wills are ours, we know not how;Our wills are ours, to make them thine.
Our little systems have their day;They have their day and cease to be:They are but broken lights of thee,And thou, O Lord, art more than they.We have but faith: we cannot know;For knowledge is of things we seeAnd yet we trust it comes from thee,A beam in darkness: let it grow.
Forgive what seem'd my sin in me;What seem'd my worth since I began;For merit lives from man to man,And not from man, O Lord, to thee.Forgive my grief for one removed,Thy creature, whom I found so fair.I trust he lives in thee, and thereI find him worthier to be loved.
Forgive these wild and wandering cries,Confusions of a wasted youth;Forgive them where they fail in truth,And in thy wisdom make me wise.
Poet’s information :Al-Bandrey &Mudy
Characteristics of tennnyson’spotry:Bayan
Analysis and explaining the poem : Setaa ,Ahood ,muneraa , taghred
Figure of speech: Eidaa
Analysis These lines are taken from Alfred Tennyson ‘s “ In Memoriam”. It was written in the nineteenth century Victorian era. He wasbest known for being QeenVictori ‘s poet laureate.This poem represents a Victorian era in many ways. First, there isan enormous use of skepticism, for example,”Forgive thesewild and wandering cries,/Confusions of a wasted youth”(41-42).Second, there is a sense of realism, for example, “Thine are theseorbs of light and shade,/Thou madest life in man and brute”(5-8).Third, there is a growing of consciousness, for example, “And in thywisdom make me wise”(44).