Tennyson pp 87-97 | Cite as

A Personal Reminiscence

  • James Knowles
Part of the Interviews and Recollections book series (IR)


More than thirty years ago I had the happiness of making his acquaintance. I was about to publish a little book on King Arthur,1 chiefly compiled from Sir Thomas Malory, and, as a stranger, had written to ask leave to dedicate it to him—a leave which was directly granted.who could watch and learn in it the ways of Nature with her greatest men.


Paradise Lost Infinite Divisibility Tender Thought Grande Subject English Prose 
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