Tennyson and the Fabrication of Englishness

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  • Marion Sherwood

About this book


Through an examination of Tennyson's 'domestic poetry' - his portrayals of England and the English - in their changing nineteenth-century context, this book demonstrates that many of his representations were 'fabrications', more idealized than real, which played a vital part in the country's developing identity and sense of its place in the world.


England identity Medieval Literature Middle Ages poem poet poetry Tennyson

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