"The Baron Alfred Tennyson Collection includes manuscripts, fragments, and proofs of works and letters written by the English poet. The manuscripts represent Enid, The Falcon, Gareth and Lynette, Idylls of the King, The Lover's Tale, Poems (1869), The Promise of May, and other works."
"Cambridge is home to many of the most significant manuscripts of Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809–92), Poet Laureate and one of the most influential figures in the history of English Literature. The bulk of these materials are held at Trinity College, where Tennyson was a student between 1827 and 1831, and the Cambridge Digital Library has collaborated with the Wren Library at Trinity on this project. In 1897 the College was presented with the earliest extant full-scale draft of In Memoriam, Tennyson’s most famous poem, as a gift from Lady Simeon, to whom the poet had given the manuscript in 1886. In 1924 a bequest from the poet’s son Hallam of many of his father’s notebooks greatly increased the scope and significance of the collection."
Book Sources: Alfred Tennyson
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