Poems (Tennyson, 1843)

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Poems  (1843) 
by Alfred Tennyson

First published in 1842, this transcription is of the second edition of 1843.
"The first volume contains, with a few additions of early date, including the Third Part of 'The May Queen,' a small selection (afterwards considerably amended) from the Poems of 1830 and 1832, many of the latter being considerably altered or re-written, and 'The Sleeping Beauty' (from the volume of 1830), being relegated to the second volume to form a section of the longer poem of 'The Day-Dream.' The second volume (with the exception just named, and that of 'St. Agnes') consisted of poems previously unpublished." from The Bibliography of Tennyson (1896), by Richard Herne Shepherd.

Volumes (not listed in original)