Maud, and Other Poems


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A collection of poems by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, his first book of poetry after having become poet laureate in 1850. Among the "other poems" is The Charge of the Light Brigade, the most well-known poem in this collection. However, the bulk of the text is the poem Maud, which explores love, courtship, loss, grief, and purpose through the eyes of the emotionally unstable poet narrator. (Summary by TriciaG) (1 hr 59 min)

Chapters

Maud Part I, I-IV 15:30 Read by Nemo
Maud Part I, V-XII 15:08 Read by Nemo
Maud Part I, XIII-XVIII 14:45 Read by Eva Davis
Maud Part I, XIX-XXII 12:51 Read by Eva Davis
Maud Part II, I-IV 10:32 Read by Larry Wilson
Maud Part II, V-VI 9:25 Read by Larry Wilson
The Brook 12:51 Read by Eva Davis
The Letters 3:10 Read by Eva Davis
Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington 13:14 Read by Larry Wilson
The Daisy 5:03 Read by Larry Wilson
To the Rev. F. D. Maurice 2:34 Read by Larry Wilson
Will 1:28 Read by Larry Wilson
The Charge of the Light Brigade 2:33 Read by Larry Wilson