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Alfred Tennyson

Tennyson’s Use of Myths and Legends

Tennyson’s use of myths and legends in Ulysses, The Lotos-Eaters, Locksley Hall, Tithonus, Morte D’Arthur.

Tennyson is a veteran poet of Victorian age. He is called the voice of his time. In the canvas of his poetry all the contemporary problems are reflected. Sometimes Tennyson has used different myths and legends in his poetry only to offer a kind of solution o the modern problems. In this way the poet has made a connection between the past and the present.

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