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It was not until the death of his best friend did his greater works occur. His works even won him the title of Poet Laureate, succeeding William Wordsworth. Tennyson was an active writer in his early years and his later years and his poetry shows his feelings of the world around him. Alfred, Lord Tennyson was born in 1809 in Somersby, Lincolnshire (“British Literature”). He attended grammar school until age eleven and he was then homeschooled by his father.
Young Pope struggled to receive a decent education. When he was six, he loved to read Peterson 2 books and later discovered the epic Homer. Later in that age, he was expelled from his school in London by penal law of the Parliament, prohibiting Roman Catholics living within 10 miles near London. Pope was tutored and given home school by his... ... middle of paper ... ...ing the 18th century since William Shakespeare. Even though he was diagnosed with a terrible disease, he still continued his effort.
From 1897 to 1899 he attended Harvard College as a special student, but left without a degree. Over the next ten years he wrote (but rarely published) poems, operated a farm in Derry, New Hampshire (purchased for him by his grandfather), and supplemented his income by teaching. In 1912 he sold the farm and used the proceeds to take his family to England, where he could devote himself entirely to writing. His efforts to establish himself and his work were almost immediately successful. A Boy's Will was accepted by a London publisher and brought out in 1913, followed a year later by North of Boston.