• The Lotos-Eaters by Tennyson
    and versatile of all the written works in the English language. The first time I read "The Lotus-Eaters"1, I have to admit that I had a hearty dislike for it. Having read The Odyssey in Literature class last year, this seemed like its replica. It occurred to me that Tennyson was...
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  • The Lotus-Eaters by Tennyson
    The poem ‘’The Lotus-Eaters’’ (NA II, 1119) by Alfred Tennyson is based on a short episode from the Greek myth Odyssey in which Odysseus and his marines get to the island of the Lotus-eaters. The Lotus-eaters get their name from eating Lotus plants with a drug effect. Although the war veterans...
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  • In Memoriam
    , by Alfred, Lord Tennyson * Alfred, Lord Tennyson's use of water imagery in some of his poetry * Poetry analysis: The Lotus-Eaters and The Choric Song, by Alfred, Lord Tennyson Helium Debate Cast your vote! Who would win in a fight: Wolverine or Sabertooth? * Wolverine...
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  • The Lotos
     The Lotus-Eaters By Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) A Study Guide cummings@cummingsstudyguides.net Type of Work ......."The Lotus-Eaters" is a lyric poem...
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  • Lotus Eaters
    , Tennyson addresses these problems in his poetry, as he does in the case of these two poems http://www.essaypride.com/essays.php?free_essay=5120973&title=The-Lotos-eaters-By-Tennyson The Lotos-Eaters" too projects stasis and inevitability through language, imagery, and dusk. The similar long vowel...
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  • Lotos Eaters
    Summary of the lotus eaters Odysseus tells his mariners to have courage, assuring them that they will soon reach the shore of their home. In the afternoon, they reach a land “in which it seemed always afternoon” because of the languid and peaceful atmosphere. The mariners sight this “land of...
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  • Tennyson
    volume Poems (1832) included some of his most famous pieces, such as The Lotus-Eaters, A Dream of Fair Women, and The Lady of Shalott. In 1833 he was overwhelmed by the sudden death of Hallam. Tennyson's next published work, Poems (1842), expressed his philosophic doubts in a materialistic...
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  • Tennyson
    , Tithones and the Passing of Arthur.  He revises Poems A new version of Poems appeared in 1842 (33) in two volumes, the first volume containing revised versions of the poems from the previously published works, and the second volume new works, including The Lady of Shallot, The Lotus Eaters, Morte...
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  • English Literature- Poem Analysis
    “The Lotos-Eaters” “Courage!” he said, and pointed toward the land, “This mounting wave will roll us shoreward soon.” In the afternoon they came unto a land In which it seemed always afternoon. All round the coast the languid air did swoon, Breathing like one that hath a weary dream...
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  • English Literature
    these (x) “Lotus Eaters” is written by: (a) Tennyson (b) Browning (c) Mathew Arnold (d) Hardy (e) None of these (xi) Lamb, Leigh Haut and Hazzlit are: (a) Poets (b) Dramatists (c) Essayists (d) Novelists (e) None of these (xii) “My Last Duchess” was written by: (a) Keats (b...
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  • Alfred Lord Tennyson
    , and Tennyson was effectively left penniless. He revises Poems A new version of Poems appeared in 1842 (33) in two volumes, the first volume containing revised versions of the poems from the previously published works, and the second volume new works, including The Lady of Shallot, The Lotus Eaters...
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  • A Study of the Life and Career of Lord Alfred Tennyson and Selected Cr
    Memorian' for his lost friend - the work took seventeen years. A revised volume of Poems, which included the 'The Lady of Shalott' and 'The Lotus-eaters'. 'Morte d'Arthur' and 'Ulysses' appeared in 1842 in the two-volume POEMS, and established his reputation as a writer. In 'Ulysses Tennyson...
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  • English litrauter
    : (a) Ode to autumn (b) To a Highland girl (c) Ancient Mariner (d) Child Harold’s Pilgrimage (e) None of these “Great Expectations” was written by: (a) George Eliot (b) Thackeray (c) Hardy (d) Dickens (e) None of these “Lotus Eaters” is written by: (a) Tennyson (b) Browning (c) Mathew...
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  • The Lady of Shallot
    unfavorable reviews, and Tennyson ceased to publish for nearly ten years. Hallam died suddenly in the same year in Vienna. It was a heavy blow to Tennyson. He began to write "In Memoriam", an elegy for his lost friend - the work took seventeen years. "The Lady of Shalott", "The Lotus-eaters" "Morte...
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    other English poet in his lifetime. In 1850 Queen Victoria declared him poet laureate and this was a massive achievement. He is also the only English poet to be awarded for just his poetry. He wrote many famous poems such as “The Lady of Shallot”, “Ulysses”, “Tithonus” and “The Lotus-Eaters”. Queen...
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  • Tennyson poems
    . Ulysses is the opposite of the Lotos Eaters - he wants to leave versus their desire to stay. Language analysis: "most blameless is he" - Ulysses sees Telemachus as innocent. Perhaps he resents this difference, at how "devoted" he is to ruling as it makes him look worse; or perhaps he admires this...
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  • Ma English Syllabus
    G. B. Shaw i) ii) iii) i) ii) iii) i) ii) : : The Lady of Shallot Lotus Eaters Ulysses My Last Duchess Porphyria’s Lover Patriot The Second Coming Leda and the Swan A Passage to India Pygmalion * During the Oral Test questions will be asked only on these texts. (c) Suggestions for Teachers...
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  • Enjoying "The Lady of Shalott" by Alfred Tennyson
    . The Kraken is a science-fiction sort of creature that will become conscious only moments before its spectacular death. The Lotus-Eaters are in a drug-haze. Tithonus is lost in extreme old age. Miriana and Oenone are poems about lonely women. "The Charge of the Light Brigade" glorifies the men...
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  • The Lotus Eater
    Mythic Structure in Somerset Maugham’s “The Lotus Eater” The word ‘myth’ is derived from the Greek word ‘mythos’, which means a traditional tale common to the member of a tribe, race or nation. It usually involves the supernatural elements to explain some natural phenomenon in boldly...
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  • Eassay
    Impressions: Essays on Victorian Writers. Dodd Mead & Company, pp. 21-30. Shaw, W. David. "Rites of Passage: 'The Lady of Shalott' and 'The Lotus-Eaters,'" in Tennyson: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Elizabeth A. Francis. Prentice-Hall, 1980, pp. 19-27. Whitman, Walt. "A Word about Tennyson," in...
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