Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-92) was Poet Laureate of England after William Wordsworth’s death in 1850. He was extremely popular and extensively read during his lifetime. But there was a reaction against him in the early twentieth century on account of his limitations and shortcomings as a poet. However his works like In Memoriam and Ulysses are of abiding interest to readers and litterateurs alike. The present critical study, originally prepared by Dr. Raghukul Tilak, has been thoroughly revised, edited and updated by Prof. Shakti Batra.
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