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PR5549 .T197 [Info] Little Ann and Other Poems (London: George Routledge and Sons, ca. 1883), by Jane Taylor, Ann Taylor, and Adelaide O'Keefe, illust. by Kate Greenaway (page images at LOC)
PR5549 .T197 [Info] Little Ann and Other Poems (annotated based on the first edition (London: George Routledge and Sons, 1883)), by Jane Taylor, Ann Taylor, and Adelaide O'Keefe, illust. by Kate Greenaway (illustrated HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
PR5549 .T2 E8 [Info] Essays in Rhyme on Morals and Manners, by Jane Taylor (HTML at Michigan)
PR5549 .T2 R3 1817 [Info] Rachel: A Tale (London: Taylor and Hessey, 1817), by Jane Taylor (PDF at Chawton House Library)
PR5549 .T2 R3 1818 [Info] Rachel: A Tale (second edition; London: Taylor and Hessey, 1818), by Jane Taylor (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR5549 .T2 1832 [Info] Memoirs, Correspondence and Poetical Remains of Jane Taylor (Boston: Perkins and Marvin, 1832), by Jane Taylor, ed. by Isaac Taylor (illustrated HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
PR5549 .T36 Z6 [Info] Philip Meadows Taylor (Victorian Fiction Research Guides #18; 1990), by David Finkelstein (HTML at Victorian Fiction Research Guides)
PR5549 .T4 [Info] Two Loves and a Life: A Drama in Four Acts (London: R. Bentley, 1854), by Tom Taylor and Charles Reade (HTML at github.io)
PR5549 .T4 A74 [Info] Masks and Faces, or, Before and Behind the Curtain: A Comedy in Two Acts (London: R. Bentley, 1854), by Tom Taylor and Charles Reade
PR5549 .T4 A75 [Info] Our American Cousin: A Drama in 3 Acts, by Tom Taylor (Gutenberg text)
PR5549 .T43 C58 1887 [Info] The City of Sarras (Edinburgh and London: W. Blackwood and Sons, 1887), by Una Taylor (multiple formats at Google; US access only)
PR5551 [Info] The Early Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson, by Alfred Lord Tennyson, ed. by John Churton Collins (Gutenberg text)
PR5551 1913 [Info] Selections From the Poems of Tennyson, With Parts of The Idylls of the King (Chicago, Atlanta, and New York: Scott, Foresman and Co., c1913), by Alfred Lord Tennyson, ed. by Myra Reynolds (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR5553 .W5 [Info] Tennyson's Poems: New Textual Parallels (Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, c2019), by R. H. Winnick (multiple formats with commentary at Open Book Publishers)
PR5556 .A1 [Info] Enoch Arden, &c., by Alfred Lord Tennyson
PR5558 .A1 [Info] Idylls of the King, by Alfred Lord Tennyson (Gutenberg text)
PR5562 .A1 [Info] In Memoriam, by Alfred Lord Tennyson (HTML in Canada)
PR5563 .L5 [Info] The Lady of Shalott (two versions, with Pre-Raphaelite paintings and commentary), by Alfred Lord Tennyson (illustrated HTML at pathguy.com)
PR5563 .L65 [Info] The Last Tournament, by Alfred Lord Tennyson (Gutenberg text)
PR5564 .A1 1869 [Info] Locksley Hall (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1869), by Alfred Lord Tennyson, illust. by William John Hennessy
PR5565 .A1 1886 [Info] Locksley Hall Sixty Years After, Etc. (London and New York: Macmillan, 1886), by Alfred Lord Tennyson
PR5571 .A1 [Info] The Princess: A Medley, by Alfred Lord Tennyson (HTML at Poets' Corner)
PR5581 .C5 [Info] Tennyson (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1903), by G. K. Chesterton and Richard Garnett (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR5583 .W34 1986 [Info] A Circle of Friends: the Tennysons and the Lushingtons (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1986), by John O. Waller (PDF at Ohio State)
PR5588 .K53 [Info] Tennyson's Major Poems: The Comic and Ironic Patterns (1975), by James R. Kincaid (HTML at Victorian Web)

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