Notes on Tennyson’s Conversation (1835–53)
Resting on our oars one calm day on Windermere, whither we had gone for a week from dear Spedding’s Mirehouse1 at the end of May 1835,—resting on our oars, and looking into the lake quite unruffled and clear, he quoted from the lines he had lately read us from the MS of ‘Morte d’Arthur’ about the lonely Lady of the Lake and Excalibur.
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