When poets attempt to cross over into other literary genres, their craft may not immediately adapt to the unfamiliar configurations of their new endeavor. Even as accomplished a versifier as Alfred, Lord Tennyson—England's Poet Laureate from 1850 to 1892 and author of the seminal epic, "Idylls of the King" chronicling the Arthurian Cycle—can emerge a thorough amateur at recounting the adventures of another English hero for the stage.
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