Frank Laurence Lucas (1894-1967) was a renowned English author, poet and classicist, often remembered for his polemical attacks on key modernist figures such as T. S. Eliot, as well as his meticulous scholarship in the production of texts such as the four-volume Complete Works of John Webster. First published in 1932, this book contains a selection of Tennyson's poetry edited by Lucas. A detailed editorial introduction is also included. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Tennyson and Lucas.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
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Table of Contents
Prefatory note; Introduction; The devil and the lady; Claribel; Supposed confessions of a second-rate sensitive mind; Mariana; To -; Ode to memory; Song; A character; The dying swan; A dirge; Lisette; Milton's mulberry; The lady of Shalott; The two voices; The miller's daughter; Fatima; Oenone; The palace of art; The May queen; The lotos-eaters; A dream of fair women; To J. S.; On a mourner; 'Love thou thy land'; The lover's tale; Sonnet; Morte d'Arthur; The gardener's daughter; Love and duty; Ulysses; Tithonus; Godiva; Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere; A farewell; The eagle; 'Come not, when I am dead'; The vision of sin; To E. L. on his travels in Greece; 'Break, break, break...'; The princess, a medley; In memoriam A. H. H.; Maud, a monodrama; The daisy; To the Rev. F. D. Maurice; In the valley of Cauteretz; In the garden at Swainston; Requiescat; 'Flower in the crannied wall'; Specimen of a translation of the Iliad in blank verse; Enoch Arden; Aylmer's field; Lucretius; Idylls of the King: The coming of Arthur; Gareth and Lynette; Geraint and Enid; Merlin and Vivien; Lancelot and Elaine; The holy grail; Pelleas and Ettarre; The last tournament; Guinevere; The passing of Arthur; The revenge; The voyage of Maeldune; Tiresias; Locksley Hall sixty years after; To Virgul; 'Frater ave atque vale'; The progress of spring; Merlin and the gleam; June bracken and heather; St Telemachus; Crossing the bar.
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