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by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

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Please give a summary of Poem 130 from Tennyson's In Memoriam.

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This section of this famous poem on the topic of grief and how Tennyson handles the death of his close friend, Alfred Hallam, deals with how Tennyson tries to comfort himself that although his friend has died some part of his essence still remains in nature and can therefore be enjoyed and appreciated by Tennyson as he enjoys and appreciates nature. The first stanza states how Tennyson is able to feel Hallam's presence in the nature...

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