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Poetry 111 Course No:3214 Third Year section A. بسمة داود المحنبي ريم عبدالعال هدى الجهني. Alfred Lord Tennyson 1809 – 1892. W ho is Alfred Lord Tennyson?. British poet was born 1809, at Somersby. Grammar school at Loathe. Trinity College, Cambridge.

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poetry 111 course no 3214 third year section a

Poetry 111Course No:3214Third Year section A

بسمة داود المحنبي

ريم عبدالعال

هدى الجهني

w ho is alfred lord tennyson
Who is Alfred Lord Tennyson?
  • British poet was born1809, at Somersby.
  • Grammar school at Loathe. Trinity College, Cambridge.
  • Chancellor's medal for English verse.
  • Poet-laureateship.
  • Honorary fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
  • Literary period: Victorian.
  • Died in 1892, Cause of death: Fatal syncope.
s ignificant event in tennyson life
Significant event in Tennyson life.
  • Queen Victoria's reign 1837 .
  • Dramatic changes that brought England as a world power.
  • The opining of first railway and first Reform Parliament.
  • The extreme inequities between men and women in roles.
  • 1850 succeeded to the position of Poet Laureate
h ow was his style
How was his style?

Tennyson s poem represent more lyric form of the dramatic monologue .His poems tell a story or have a narrative elements for example :[the lady of shallot] he tells a story of the lady of shallot who locked up alone in a castle. The poem expresses the conflict inside Tennyson himself. It is a conflict the role of the artistic in the society. He represented Victorian aspect . when he used lyric form to narrate a story also, represented a social vision of this women s position and idea of love .His most care was to build a creative music to make from his poem a technical one .No wide express of emotion as romantic poets also he uses characters from mythologies .

pr efuiosly
  • Tennyson uses nature as a psychological category
  • He conveys via his natural setting the consciousness ofwoman during his time.
  • He uses the past, and historical events.
  • Tennyson also explores the mythological past, as articulated in classical works of Homer, Virgil, and Dante.
  • He uses narrative style in which his poems involves a story.
t ennyson work s
Tennyson work's.
  • Tennyson sense’ division between the needs of self and of society.
  • "Mariana" .
  • "A Dream of Fair Women" .
  • "The Mermaid" and "The Merman“.
  • "Break, break, break"
  • "The Lady of Shalott” .
  • "Ulysses" .
  • The Princess.
  • In Memoriam.
  • Maud .
  • Idylls of the King.
browning vs tennyson
Browning vs Tennyson
  • Browning was a much more original artist.
  • Browning naturally inclined to recondite subject-matter and to experimental methods.
  • Browning's most characteristic ideas are traceable to certain psychological assumptions
  • Tennyson was the laureate poet.
  • Tennyson was content to locate his themes in a familiar context, to present this material in conventional forms.
  • Tennyson's mind was introspective, with the result, that the matrices of interest in his poetry are comparatively few and easy to identify.

Browning’s unlike.

  • Tennyson’s use anticipating, coining new words & using nouns as verbs.
  • The difficult in their poem (choice of words and illusions)
r efrences
  • www.victorianweb.com
  • www.wikipedia.com