by Lynne Truss
Category: Language & Literature / Literature History
Publisher: National Portrait Gallery Publications
Publication date: 28 May 1999
Number of pages: 64
Tennyson's ascendancy as England's foremost poet coincided with one of the most significant inventions of the 19th century: photography. As Poet Laureate, Tennyson, and those who moved in his circle, became targets of the photographer's lens.
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