Homes of the Romantic Age Poets

Homes of the Romantic Age Poets In Farringford’s dramatic red dining room, Tennyson and his wife, Emily, welcomed a parade of intriguing guests, such as author Lewis Carroll and artist Edward Lear. These entertaining evenings, brimming with clever conversation, drew other notables, as well, including famed portrait photographer Julia Margaret Cameron, who lived next door.

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