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Additional Resources for The Eagle by Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson

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For Further Reading

Carr, Arthur J., "Tennyson as a Modern Poet," from Critical Essays on the Poetry of Tennyson, edited by John Kill-ham, Routledge and Paul, 1960, pp. 41-66.

Examines themes and styles used in Tennyson's works that anticipated the twentieth-century rise of modernism.

Culler, A. Dwight, The Poetry of Tennyson, Yale University Press, 1977.

Culler looks at "The Eagle" as both an example of Victorian poetry and as an example of Tennyson's balance of nature with spirit.

Madden, Lionel, "Tennyson: A Reader's Guide," in Writers and their Background: Tennyson, D. J. Palmer, Editor,Ohio University Press, 1973, pp. 1-22.

Gives an overview of the poet's life. Directs readers to many other significant works about Tennyson.

Mustard, Wilfred P., Classical Echoes in Tennyson, The Fol-croft Press, Inc., 1970.

Traces similarities between "The Eagle" and Virgil'sThe Aeneid.

Pinion, F. B., A Tennyson Chronology, G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. Provides a detailed accounting of Tennyson's life...

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