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"Locksley Hall" is a poem written by Alfred Tennyson in 1835 and published in his 1842 volume of Poems. It narrates the emotions of a rejected suitor come to his childhood home, the fictional Locksley Hall. According to Tennyson, the poem represents "young life, its good side, its deficiencies, and its yearnings". Tennyson's son Hallam recalled that his father said the poem was inspired by Sir William Jones's prose translation of the Arabic Mu'allaqat.

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  • "Locksley Hall" is a poem written by Alfred Tennyson in 1835 and published in his 1842 volume of Poems. It narrates the emotions of a rejected suitor come to his childhood home, the fictional Locksley Hall. According to Tennyson, the poem represents "young life, its good side, its deficiencies, and its yearnings". Tennyson's son Hallam recalled that his father said the poem was inspired by Sir William Jones's prose translation of the Arabic Mu'allaqat.
  • Locksley Hall é um poema escrito pelo poeta inglês Alfred Tennyson em 1835 e publicado em 1842 no seu volume Poems ("Poemas"). Apesar de ser uma das suas obras menos conhecidas do autor, é uma das mais importantes. Ao narrar os sentimentos de um soldado desgastado pela guerra que regressa à sua casa de infância, o lugar ficcional Locksley Hall, Tennyson aproveita para descrever a sua visão de um hipotético futuro governo mundial. De acordo com o próprio Tennyson, o poema representa a "juventude, os seus lados bons, as suas deficiências e as suas esperanças". Locksley Hall era, no entanto, bem conhecida de Winston Churchill, que a considerava "a mais maravilhosa das profecias modernas", e de Harry S. Truman, que gostava de ter citações do poema na sua carteira.
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  • "Locksley Hall" is a poem written by Alfred Tennyson in 1835 and published in his 1842 volume of Poems. It narrates the emotions of a rejected suitor come to his childhood home, the fictional Locksley Hall. According to Tennyson, the poem represents "young life, its good side, its deficiencies, and its yearnings". Tennyson's son Hallam recalled that his father said the poem was inspired by Sir William Jones's prose translation of the Arabic Mu'allaqat.
  • Locksley Hall é um poema escrito pelo poeta inglês Alfred Tennyson em 1835 e publicado em 1842 no seu volume Poems ("Poemas"). Apesar de ser uma das suas obras menos conhecidas do autor, é uma das mais importantes. Ao narrar os sentimentos de um soldado desgastado pela guerra que regressa à sua casa de infância, o lugar ficcional Locksley Hall, Tennyson aproveita para descrever a sua visão de um hipotético futuro governo mundial. De acordo com o próprio Tennyson, o poema representa a "juventude, os seus lados bons, as suas deficiências e as suas esperanças". Locksley Hall era, no entanto, bem conhecida de Winston Churchill, que a considerava "a mais maravilhosa das profecias modernas", e de Harry S. Truman, que gostava de ter citações do poema na sua carteira.
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