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Tennyson's abstract hierarchical arrangement provides comprehension difficulties in finding one thematic idea. He adeptly intertwines historical allusions, with profound human emotion via an ingenious single piece of literature. The natural structure of certain Tennyson poetry introduces a tone of doubt, as exhibited by "Ulysses", using its spontaneous composition and Ulysses' unrest since he searches for goodwill between his past and potential. Whereas his unconventional functions, "The Lady of Shalott", provide a more solidified atmosphere, exhibited by the Urban setting and traditional synopsis of a fair maiden locked from a tower. Contrary in structure, mood, and tone, "Ulysses" and "The Lady of Shalott", emulate the inherent theme of yearning to discover their life's purpose, by removing themselves from idle configurations. The Lady of Shalott isn't depicted as an actual character in the land of Camelot. "Only reapers, reaping early/ In among the bearded barley/ Hear a song that echoes obviously/ From the river winding clearly ("The Lady of Shalott" 28)." Only individuals who venture to the fields early in the morning are loath enough to hear the beautiful voice of the Lady. Having an aesthetic voice, no such assumption was designed to assume her unhappiness. "There she weaves by night and afternoon/ A magic web with colors gay. / she has heard a whisper say, / To look down to Camelot. / She knows not what the curse may be, / And so she weaveth steadily, / And little other care hath she, '' The Lady of Shalott ("The Lady of Shalott" 38)." As she weaves her image in happy, gay colors, she moans into having no additional care in the entire world. She'll be cursed when she looks from the window into Camelot. Her weaving substitutes for human participation, du...