In Memoriam

Item Type: JASP Known Contents
Creator: Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Publisher: Edward Moxon
Issued: 1851
Edition: 4th edition
Language: English
Reproduced In URL: https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc1.31175035209462
SOURCE
Evidence Type: Letter
Volume: Page (Letter): 1: 265 (160)
Date: January 20, 1861
Addressed To?: Charlotte Symonds
Importance?: Quoted
Owned?: Possibly
Evidence: “The simple scene 'When sundown skirts the moor’ seen through the glass of Tennyson's melancholy doubt is worth a whole landscape of Thompson's" nature copying, simply because a power, a spirit, has been put into the lonely heath & sinking sun congenial with the poet's spirit.”
Frequency Mentioned: Twice: 1:335 (217) ("Perhaps before "the dusky purlieus of the law" have caught me,...")
Source Contributor: Yuhan Deng