Lord Alfred Tennyson || A Famous Poet of the Victorian Period | Biography, Books, Writings & Quotes | Learning The Easy way

Lord Alfred Tennyson:

Lord Alfred Tennyson was an representative of the Victorian Period. He was born in 1809. He was born an old Lincolnshire Family in England. He was precocious at the teen age. He was a lyric poet.. After the death of William Wordsworth, he became a Poet Laureate in England. He was a student of Cambridge University. He died in 1892 at the age of 83 in  England.

Famous Elegy of Lord Alfred Tennyson:

  • In Memoriam

Famous Comedies:

  • The Falcon
  • Queen Marry
  • Harold

Famous  Poem:

  1. Oenone
  2. Ulysses
  3. Lotus Eaters
  4. The Lady of Shalott
  5. Locksley Hall
  6. Tithonus
  7. The two Voices
  8. Vision of Sin
  9. The Charge of the Light Brigade
  10. The Lover's Talk
  11. Morte D' Arthur

Famous quotes of Lord Alfred Tennyson:

1. "Sorrows are the best educator".
2. The old order changeth yielding place to new. 

3. I will never rest from travels
    I will drink life to the lees.

4. More things are wrought out by prayers.

5. Knowledge comes but wisdom linger. 

6. A man can see father through a tear than a telescope.

7. Authority forgets a dying King.

8. Death is the end of life, Ah! why should life all labour be.

9. It is better to have loved at all.

10. Who are wise in love, love most, say least.

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