In Memoriam A.H.H. (Canto XXI) By Alfred Tennyson

Literature & Life

08-06-2022 • 3 mins

The Canto XXI is one of Alfred Tennyson's 133 cantos from In Memoriam. The poem is a testament to Tennyson's valued relationship with Arthur Henry Hallam, who died when he was just 22 years old and whose death severely impacted Tennyson, causing him to write this epic elegy. Tennyson focuses on finding peace and a way to find hope in it after his friend's untimely loss.

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