Religious Thought in IN MEMORIAM
The second period of English poetry In the nineteenth century can be compared In variety and abundance of poetical accomplishments to the great Elizabethan era. One of the characteristics distinguishing this period from the Elizabethan period Is the predominance of a single poet. Tennyson Is not like one or another of his compeers, representative of the melody, wisdom, passion, or other partial phase of the era, but of the time itself, with its diverse elements. He emerges as a poet at a time of seething unrest which brought about changes, both destructive and constructive.
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