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Maud, and Other Poems

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Maud, and Other Poems by Alfred, Lord Tennyson is a captivating collection of poems that showcase the poet's mastery of language and emotion. The title poem, "Maud," is a dark and haunting exploration of love, madness, and the human psyche. Tennyson's use of imagery and symbolism creates a vivid and evocative reading experience that lingers in the mind long after the last page is turned.

In addition to "Maud," the collection includes a variety of other poems that cover a range of themes, from nature and beauty to loss and longing. Tennyson's poetic voice is powerful and moving, drawing the reader in with its lyrical beauty and emotional depth.

Overall, Maud, and Other Poems is a timeless classic that showcases Tennyson's skill as a poet and his ability to capture the complexities of the human experience. Fans of poetry and literature alike will find much to appreciate in this collection.

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A collection of poems by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, his first book of poetry after having become poet laureate in 1850. Among the "other poems" is The Charge of the Light Brigade, the most well-known poem in this collection. However, the bulk of the text is the poem Maud, which explores love, courtship, loss, grief, and purpose through the eyes of the emotionally unstable poet narrator.


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