The authoritative text is again that of the Eversley Edition of Tennyson's Works, published in 19018, which is accompanied by detailed explanatory annotations.
"Criticism" contains thirteen essays--seven of which are new to the Second Edition-among them examples of formal (Sarah Gates), contextual (W. David Shaw), reader-response (Timothy Peltason), queer (Jeff Nunokawa), and genre (Alan Sinfield) criticism. A chapter from Christopher Ricks's influential biography, Tennyson, is included.
A Chronology, Selected Bibliography, and Index of First Lines are also included.
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