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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”
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
   said   
"Knowledge Comes, but Wisdom Stays"
English poet
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
   said   
"Be Near Me when My Light is Low… And All the Wheels O Being Slow"
English poet
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
   said   
"I Am a Part of All That I Have Seen"
English poet
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
   said   
"Let the Great World Spin for Ever Down the Ringing Grooves of Change"
English poet
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
   said   
"My Strength is As the Strength of Ten, Because My Heart is Pure"
English poet
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
   said   
"Self-reverence, Self-knowledge, Self-control - These Three Alone Lead Life to Sovereign"
English poet






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