4 edition of The Farringford journal of Emily Tennyson, 1853-1864 found in the catalog.
The Farringford journal of Emily Tennyson, 1853-1864
Tennyson, Emily Sellwood Tennyson Baroness
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Richard J. Hutchings and Brian Hinton.|
|Contributions||Hutchings, Richard John., Hinton, Brian, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||PR5584 .T47 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||89173234|
Farringford is a Grade 1 listed building that was the main residence of renowned Victorian Poet Laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson from until his death until in Here he wrote some of his most famous works, including Maud and The Charge of the Light Brigade, as well as entertaining eminent artists and intellectuals of the day. The Tennyson Years. In Alfred Tennyson was visiting friends near Ventnor, when he heard that Farringford was available to rent. Even though the house was run down, Tennyson's wife Emily adored the view from the drawing room window, and the couple decided to rent the property for 3 years - at an annual cost of just 2 pounds - with an option to purchase at the end of that time.
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Emily Tennyson's journal is in the Tennyson Research Centre, Lincolnshire County Council. There are two published versions: Lady Tennyson's Journal, ed. James O. Hoge, University of Virginia Press, ; The Farringford Journal of Emily Tennyson , ed. Richard. J. Hutchings and Brian Hinton, Newport, Isle of Wight County Press, The beautiful Grade 1 listed Farringford was the home of renowned Victorian poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson from until his death in In this secluded spot, Alfred and Emily Tennyson found a retreat from the clamour of London life and viewed the tranquility and intimacy of their remote island home as the perfect place to raise their two on: 12 Bugle Street, Southampton, SO14 2JY.
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Hutchings (editor), Brian Hinton (editor). (Emily Tennyson’s Journal, November ) The lease was for three years at £2 a week. Charles Tennyson writes that though the house was “relatively small” at this point, it “seemed a considerably larger place than [the Tennysons’] means justified”(‘Farringford, Home of Alfred Lord Tennyson’ by Charles Tennyson.
Emily Tennyson's journal is in the Tennyson Research Centre, Lincolnshire County Council. There are two published versions: Lady Tennyson's Journal, ed. James O. Hoge, University of Virginia Press, ; The Farringford Journal of Emily Tennyson –, ed. Richard. This week I read some of the entries in The Farringford Journal of Emily Tennyson, () edited by Richard J.
Hutchings and Brian Hinton. This book contains only some of Emily’s journals which she began when she married Alfred Tennyson in The only complete edition of her journals was edited by James O. Hoge and published in The Farringford Journal of Emily Tennyson | Rare Vintage Book - | Diary of Victorian Domestic Life with Alfred Lord Tennyson PrintedAffairs 5 out of 5 stars (29) $ Favorite.
Alfred and Emily Tennyson: The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century 'On his [Tennyson's] return [to Farringford] the evening books were Milton, Shakespeare's Sonnets, Thackeray's Humourists, some of Hallam's History and of Carlyle's Cromwell.' Century: Reader/Listener/Group: Alfred and Emily Tennyson Print: Book.
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The years after were some of the happiest in Tennyson’s life. The traumas of the Crimean War and of Maud were behind him. He could enjoy the comforts of Farringford, under the protection of Emily, who took charge of everything, acting as secretary as well as : Leonée Ormond.Buy Lady Tennyson's Journal by Emily Sellwood Tennys Tennyson, Bar online at Alibris.
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