In Memoriam


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In Memoriam

Tennyson’s tribute to his friend, A. H. Hallam. [Br. Lit.: Harvey, 808]
See: Grief
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The piece - In Memoriam - will include 15 movements and will feature some of the most profound words ever written about conflict by a range of eminent figures, including Hedd Wyn, Anne Frank and Nelson Mandela.
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