"Idylls of the King"
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As a critique of Victorian society and the rampant hypocrisy that marked the upper-class society's moral beliefs and practices, Tennyson portrays the Arthurian legend of Camelot in ways that are specifically familiar to the influence of John Milton's "Paradise Lost" and which comprise an allegorical interpretation of Victorian society. This paper considers the ways Tennyson's epic represent aspects of Victorian society in contexts of gender, social discourse and morality.
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