[The Palace of Art] in Poems

Item Type: JAS Known Contents
Creator: Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Publisher: Edward Moxon
Issued: 1851
Edition: 7th edition
Language: English
Illustrations: Not applicable
Author of this Entry: Kendra Brewer, Diane Lee
Evidence Type: Letter
Volume: Page (Letter): 1:105 (38)
Date: May, 1857
Addressed To?: Charlotte Symonds
Importance?: Repeated after leaving breakfast at Mr. Smith's mother's cottage with Mr. Smith
Owned?: Possibly
Evidence: "Going we repeated some of the Two Voices & coming back Morte d'Arthur & Palace of Art." Given the lack of additional evidence, I have chosen to represent here the first edition in which the line from Palace of Art that JAS quotes appears.
Frequency Mentioned: Twice; 1:134 (60) "It was really too much like pigs wallowing in the mire, & I thought of my favourite quotation from the Palace of Art about "the swine that range on yonder plain" which I used once to recite with such heart goodwill before I joined in the same wallowing."
Source Contributor: Kendra Brewer, Diane Lee