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Victorian Age

  1. "Ulysses," Alfred, Lord Tennyson, comp. 1833, pub. 1842.
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    Credit: Read by Jon Stallworthy.
    Cf. NAEL 2.1213-14; MA 1929-30.
  2. "The Windhover;" Gerard Manley Hopkins, comp. 1877, pub. 1918.
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    Credit: Read by M. H. Abrams, Cornell University. Hopkins's poems are read here in sprung rhythm, in accordance with the indicators of metrical performance in his manuscripts.
    Cf. NAEL 2.1652; MA 2162.
  3. "Spring and Fall," Gerard Manley Hopkins, comp. 1880, pub. 1918.
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    Credit: Read by M. H. Abrams, Cornell University. Hopkins's poems are read here in sprung rhythm, in accordance with the indicators of metrical performance in his manuscripts.
    Cf. NAEL 2.1655; MA 2159.
  4. "The Charge of the Light Brigade" (lines 1-26), Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1854.
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    Credit: Recorded by Alfred, Lord Tennyson on an Edison wax cylinder.
    Cf. NAEL 2.1280; MA 1993.

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