Meaning of Ulysses by Tennyson?

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'Ulysses' refers to the title of the 1833 poem written by Victorian poet Lord Alfred Tennyson. 'Ulysses' is one of the most quoted poems of all times and is used to show the dramatic monologue poetry form.
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