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Arthur Hallam


British poet known for his association with Alfred Lord Tennyson, who wrote ‘In Memoriam A.H.H.’ in Hallam’s honor. Hallam released his very own poetry collection, the simply-titled Poems, in 1830. He was created in London and was a schoolmate of upcoming British Perfect Minister William Ewart Gladstone. Afterwards, Hallam went to Trinity University, Cambridge, where he started his famous camaraderie with Tennyson. He passed away tragically at age twenty-two from a human brain aneurysm. His initial like, Anna Mildred Wintour, motivated a lot of his early poems. Afterwards, he became involved to Tennyson’s sister, Emily. Queen Victoria counted “In Memoriam A.H.H.” among her preferred poems.

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Full Name Arthur Hallam
Date Of Birth February 1, 1811
Died September 15, 1833, Vienna, Austria
Place Of Birth England
Profession Poet
Education Eton College, Trinity College, Cambridge
Nationality English
Parents Henry Hallam
Star Sign Aquarius

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