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Francis T. Palgrave

a.k.a. Francis Turner Palgrave

Author Code: EFTP

Born: Sep. 28, 1824 - Great Yarmouth, England

Died: Oct. 24, 1897 - London, England

Educated at Balliol College, Oxford, Palgrave took a year off to serve as William Gladstone's assistant private secretary. He returned to college in 1847 and received a first class degree. He was named a fellow of Exeter College in 1847 and worked for the Education Department of Whitehall in 1849. In 1850, he became the vice-principal of Kneller Hall Training College in Twickenham, and, while there, he became friends with Alfred Tennyson. In returned to Whitehall in 1855 after the demise of the training college and continued there until 1884. He then became professor of poetry at Oxford. Palgrave was a noted literary critic and published both criticism and poetry. His works include The Passionate Pilgrim (1858), Arthur Hugh Clough (1862), Sir Walter Scott (1866), Essays on Art (1866), The Visions of England (1880, Amenophis (1892) and Landscape in Poetry (1897).

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EFTP001 The Visions of England
  After Cawnpore
  After Chalgrove Fight
  Alfred the Great
  At Bemerton
  At Fountains
  At Hursley in Marden
  A Ballad of Evesham
  The Ballad of King Monmouth
  The Black Seats
  Blenheim
  The Captive Child
  Charles Edward At Rome
  The Childless Mother
  A Churchyard in Oxfordshire
  Crecy
  Crossing Solway
  A Crusader's Tomb
  A Danish Barrow
  Death in the Forest
  The Dirge of Llywelyn
  A Dorset Idyl
  Edith of England
  Elizabeth At Tilbury
  England Once More
  The First and Last Land
  The Fugitive King
  Grocyn At Oxford
  Hastings
  A Home in the Palace
  Jeanne D'Arc
  London Bridge
  Margaret Tudor
  Marston Moor
  Mount Vernon
  Ode
  Paulinus and Edwin
  The Pilgrim and the Ploughman
  The Poet's Euthanasia
  Prelude
  Princess Anne
  The Rejoicing of the Land
  The Return of Law
  Sandringham
  Sidney At Zutphen
  Sir Hugh Willoughby
  The Soldiers' Battle
  Torres Vedras
  Towton Field
  Trafalgar
  Whitehall Gallery
  Willelmus Van Nassau
  The Wreck of the Admiral
1889 148 463k eBook Download PDF - 'The Visions of England' (EFTP001)   Download ePub - 'The Visions of England' (EFTP001) Find a printed copy of The Visions of England by Francis T. Palgrave at AbeBooks

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