"Locksley Hall Sixty Years After"

Title"Locksley Hall Sixty Years After"
Year for Search1886
AuthorsTennyson, Alfred(1809-92)
Secondary TitleLocksley Hall Sixty Years After Etc.
Pagination1-38
Date Published1886
PublisherMacmillan
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

One section of the poem (lines 155-74 in the Ricks edition) has the future of 1842 Tennyson facing overpopulation and the renewal of war.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. “Locksley Hall Sixty Years After.”  Critical ed. in The Poems of Tennyson in three volumes. Second Edition Incorporating the Trinity College Manuscript. Ed. Christopher Ricks (London: Longman 1987), III: 148-59, with an introductory note (148-49) and textual notes as footnotes; and in Tennyson’s Poetry. 2nd ed. Ed. Robert W. Hill, Jr. (New York: W. W. Norton, 1999), 551-61

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Author Note

(1809-92)

Full Text

1886 Tennyson, Alfred (1809-92). ”Locksley Hall Sixty Years After.” In Locksley Hall Sixty Years After Etc. (London: Macmillan, 1886), 1-38. Rpt. “Locksley Hall Sixty Years After.” Critical ed. in The Poems of Tennyson in three volumes. Second Edition Incorporating the Trinity College Manuscript. Ed. Christopher Ricks (London: Longman 1987), III: 148-59, with an introductory note (148-49) and textual notes as footnotes; and in Tennyson’s Poetry. 2nd ed. Ed. Robert W. Hill, Jr. (New York: W. W. Norton, 1999), 551-61. PSt

One section of the poem (lines 155-74 in the Ricks edition) has the future of 1842 Tennyson facing overpopulation and the renewal of war.