This study of the works and ideas of Carlyle and Tennyson explores their complex relationship in terms of mutual influence and the effect of each on his own time. The author first analyzes the specific Carlylean ideas - social, political, aesthetic and religious, that had such an impact on both the general Victorian public and on his contempories, including Tennyson; he then examines the ways by which the poet, while accepting some of the sage's ideas, resisted and transformed many of them, often mitigating the gloomy ...

Carlyle & Tennyson 1988, University of Iowa Press

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Carlyle and Tennyson 1988, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

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Carlyle and Tennyson 1988, Palgrave MacMillan, London

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