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Alfred, Lord Tennyson


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"I'd Rather Have Him Play a Fiddle Than Rise and Bow and Speak an Idyll"
   are the closing lines of   
Alfred, Lord Tennyson by Dorothy Parker
1893-1967, American poet
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
   lifespan was   
1809-1883
English poet
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
   was appointed in   
1850
Appointed by Victoria - “The Charge of the Light Brigade” “Tears, Idle Tears” “Crossing the Bar” “In Memoriam A.H.H.” “Ulysses” “Tithonus”






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