|1.||As we have seen, Tennyson's acquaintance with Horace began
early in his life; and it is appropriate that we should find in his first
extant letter, written to his aunt, Marianne Fytche, when he was
twelve years old, the following sentence:|
|2.||Motto of Parnassus:|
|3.||From Becket 5. 2:|
See Carm. 3. 15. 1.
|4.||From an undated letter to James Spedding:|
See Serm. 2. 3. 243.
|5.||From a letter-diary written from Glastonbury, August, 1854:|
See Serm. 1. 5. 100.
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Publication information: Book title: The Influence of Horace on the Chief English Poets of the Nineteenth Century. Contributors: Mary Rebecca Thayer - Author. Publisher: Yale University Press. Place of publication: New Haven, CT. Publication year: 1916. Page number: 94.
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