Humphrey Tonkin lends his voice to Ulysses in two dramatic monologues: Cary’s translation of Dante’s verses and Tennyson’s original poem.


To listen to Humphrey Tonkin reading Dante’s Ulysses (Inferno, XXVI, 90-142) in the English translation of Henry Francis Cary, click here below:

In order to read the verses while you are listening to the reading, click here and operate the audio file from the text page.

Henry Francis Cary

To listen to Humphrey Tonkin reading the poem Ulysses by Alfred Tennyson, and see the text, click here.

To see the page of Humphrey Tonkin, click here.

Alfred Tennyson