Tennyson pp 17-20 | Cite as

Meetings with Tennyson (1849–89)

  • F. T. Palgrave
Part of the Industrial Relations in Practice Series book series (IRPS)

Abstract

In the evening to Mr Brookfield’s.1 Found there Lingen, A. Tennyson; afterwards Thackeray and H. Hallam came. Walked towards Hampstead with A. Tennyson. Conversed on Universities, The Princess, his plans, etc.; he very open and friendly: a noble, solid mind, bearing the look of one who had suffered greatly:—strength and sensitiveness blended.

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Dine Milton 

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Notes

  1. 3.
    Joseph Joachim (1831–1907), Hungarian violinist and composer.Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1983

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