A substantial selection of Tennyson's poetry, edited according to the principles of the Penguin English Poets series. This volume concentrates on the period characterized by "Maud"(1855) and "In Memoriam" (1850).
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"* 'A world-class poet, one of that extraordinary group - perhaps a dozen? - who illuminate our lives, not just for now, but for as long as words have meaning' Carolyn Kizer * 'A sustained creative effort issuing in an oeuvre of epic sweep and lyric intensity' Seamus Heaney"About the Author:
John Montague was born in the USA in 1929 but brought up on the family farm in Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland. He has taught at Berkeley and the Univ. of Paris, and currently holds the prestigious Ireland Chair of Poetry. He edited the Faber Book of Irish Verse. He lives in Co. Cork.
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Book Description Penguin Classics, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140445455
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