Tennyson, Alfred, Lord
A nineteenth-century English poet, very popular in his own time; he was poet laureate of Britain for over forty years. Among his works are “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” “Crossing the Bar,” and Idylls of the King (a retelling of the legend of King Arthur) (see also Arthur).
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The family was English Catholic and Alfred, like his brother and sister, was raised in the faith, educated by Jesuits.
Now that he was Sir Alfred, there was one final blast of publicity.
There were times when he seemed to feel obliged to tell Alfred Hitchcock stories.
His photography has won more than a hundred awards, including the prestigious Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography.
But with all her advantages Miss Solomonson failed with the old lord, and she abuses him to this day.
Ever since his majority Lord Hetton had annually entered a colt in the great race.
He passed through all the honors of the law, and in 1836 became lord chancellor.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
But we must not class in this unclean category Lord Spunyarn and his friend Haggard, who were both playing at the big table.
That they may know thee, as we also have known thee, that there is no God beside thee, O Lord.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various