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{1} Macmillan & Co.

{2} To the present writer, as to others, The Lover's Tale appeared to be imitative of Shelley, but if Tennyson had never read Shelley, cadit quaestio.

{3} F. W. H. Myers, Science and a Future Life, p. 133.

{4} The writer knew this edition before he knew Tennyson's poems.

{5} The author of the spiteful letters was an unpublished anonymous person.

{6} The Lennox MSS.

{7} Spencer and Gillen, Natives of Central Australia, pp. 388, 389.

{8} Tennyson, Ruskin, and Mill, pp. 11, 12.

{9} Life, p. 37, 1899.

{10} Poem omitted from In Memoriam. Life, p. 257, 1899.

{11} Mr Harrison, Tennyson, Ruskin, and Mill, p. 5.

{12} The English reader may consult Mr Rhys's The Arthurian Legend, Oxford, 1891, and Mr Nutt's Studies of the Legend of the Holy Grail, which will direct him to other authorities and sources.

{13} I have summarised, with omissions, Miss Jessie L. Watson's sketch in King Arthur and his Knights. Nutt, 1899. The learning of the subject is enormous; Dr Sommer's Le Mort d'Arthur, the second volume may be consulted. Nutt, 1899.

{14} [Greek text which cannot be reproduced]. He is referred to in inscriptions, e.g. Berlin, Corpus, iii. 4774, V. 732, 733, 1829, 2143-46; xii. 405. See also Ausonius (Leipsic, 1886, pp. 52, 59), cited by Rhys, The Arthurian Legend p. 159, note 4.

{15} Brebeuf; Relations des Jesuites, 1636, pp. 100-102.

{16} Malory, xviii. 8 et seq.

{17} Notices et Extraits des MSS. de la Bibliotheque Imperiale, I. xix. pp. 643-645.

{18} See the Life, 1899, p. 521.

 
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This article was written by Andrew Lang.

Andrew Lang, a reknown Scholar and also a Classic Poet in his own right, was born March 31, 1844 in Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland, and died July 20, 1912. He was educated at St. Andrews University and at Balliol College, Oxford, and also held an open fellowship at Merton College until 1875.

His poetry appeared in such volumes as his Ballads in Blue China (1880-81, 2 volumes). He is known for his study of myth and folklore (Myth, Literature, and Religion in 1887, revised 1899), and for his prose translations of the Odyssey (with S. H. Butcher, 1879) and the Iliad (with Walter Leaf and Ernest Myers, 1883). Other works include The World of Homer (1910), Blue Fairy Book (1889, with his wife, Leonora Blanche Lang), Biography of J. G. Lockhart (1896), and a four volume History of Scotland (1900-1907).

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