Tennyson's Poems

Partial list of works

  • From Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830):
    • Nothing Will Die [33]
    • All Things Will Die [34]
    • The Dying Swan
    • The Kraken
    • Mariana
  • Lady Clara Vere de Vere (1832)
  • From Poems (1833):
    • The Lotos-Eaters
    • The Lady of Shalott (1832, 1842) – three versions painted by J. W. Waterhouse (1888, 1894, and 1916). Also put to music by Loreena McKennitt on her album The Visit (1991).
    • St. Simeon Stylites (1833)
  • From Poems (1842):
    • Locksley Hall
    • Tithonus
    • Vision of Sin [35]
    • The Two Voices (1834)
    • "Ulysses" (1833)
  • From The Princess; A Medley (1847)
    • "The Princess"
    • Godiva
    • Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal – it later appeared as a song in the film Vanity Fair, with musical arrangement by Mychael Danna
    • "Tears, Idle Tears"
  • In Memoriam A.H.H. (1849)
  • Ring Out, Wild Bells (1850)
  • The Eagle (1851)
  • The Sister's Shame[36]
  • From Maud; A Monodrama (1855/1856)
    • Maud
    • The Charge of the Light Brigade (1854) – an early recording exists of Tennyson reading this.
  • From Enoch Arden and Other Poems (1862/1864)
    • Enoch Arden
    • The Brook – contains the line "For men may come and men may go, But I go on for ever" which inspired the naming of a men's club in New York City.
  • Flower in the crannied wall (1869)
  • The Window – Song cycle with Arthur Sullivan. (1871)
  • Harold (1876) – began a revival of interest in King Harold
  • Idylls of the King (composed 1833–1874)
  • "Becket" (1884) [37]
  • Locksley Hall Sixty Years After (1886)
  • Crossing the Bar (1889)
  • The Foresters – a play with incidental music by Arthur Sullivan (1891)
  • Kapiolani (published after his death by Hallam Tennyson)[38]

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