From literature, one of the best illustrations is the moving story of Enoch Arden.
There is great purity of delineation and conception in Enoch Arden.
Everyone who reads Enoch Arden will perceive that this notion of all poetry is exactly applicable to this one poem.
There was a round of applause when "Enoch Arden" was announced.
She arranged music to be played during Anne's recital of 'Enoch Arden.'
We fear it must be owned that Enoch Arden is this kind of person.
Nor is this all, or even the principal lesson, which Enoch Arden may suggest to us, of the use of ornate art.
"Enoch Arden" is the flimsiest kind of romantic fraud in Tennyson's worst manner.
The principal poem therein, Enoch Arden, is one of touching pathos and simplicity.
Anne's "Enoch Arden," to Eleanor's piano accompaniment, met with an ovation.