The Lady of Shalott
List Price: $10.95
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 1.57" wide x 59.84" long x 90.16" tall
If there were a contest for the title "greatest Victorian poet," Tennyson would in death, as in life, obtain the prize. He had the finest ear of any English poet, admitting to know the metrical value of every word in the English language except "scissors." In addition, his ability to evoke a closely rendered scene was unsurpassed. Therefore, although those who sought to attack Tennyson called him "the stupidest of the English poets," he remains the only one ennobled for his poetry. Tennyson was born at Somersby rectory in Lincolnshire, the son of the rector there, and was educated at Louth Grammar School and Trinity College, Cambridge. His earliest published verse, Poems Chiefly Lyrical More...
100% Money Back Guarantee: Wrong item? No problem! Our hassle-free
returns policy has you covered.
We'll also process your order within 1-2 business days. Learn more about our