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The outline of literature

The outline of literature

The outline of

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    WORDSWORTH, COLERIDGE, SOU THEY, BL

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    ^^ O R D S \\^ O R T H , COLERIDGE,

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    WORDSWORTH, COLERIDGE, SOUTHEY, BLA

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    WORDSWORTH, COLERIDGE, S O U T H E

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    WORDSWORTH. COLERIDGE, SOU THEY, BL

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    WORDSWORTH, COLERIDGE, SOUTH EY, BL

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    eery under the guardianship of Lord

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    and Lara ; in iSi6, The Siege of Co

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    Photo: Attnari. BYROX, SHELLEY, KEA

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    Photo : Rischgitz ColUction. Don Ju

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    - a tremblingly alive in every fibr

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    WALTER SCOTT From the painting by S

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    392 THE OUTLINE OF LITERATURE Paini

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    Pkoio : Rtsckgitz Collection. THE O

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    SCOTT. DUMAS, AND HUGO 401 tlie Pea

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    SCOTT, DUMAS, AND HUGO 403 Ivanhoe,

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    in Paris when he was twenty-one, pe

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    SCOTT. DUMAS, AXD HUGO 407 think me

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    "The sublime child." SCOTT, DUMAS,

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    SCOTT. DUMAS, AND HUGO 413 the stor

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    IN EARLY N I X E T E E X T H - C E

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    EARLY X I X E T E E X T H - C E X T

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    EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY ESSAYISTS

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    EARLY X I X E T E E X T H - C E N T

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    EARLY N I X E T E E X T H - C E N T

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    WALFRED TENNYSON \'ICTORIAN POETS 4

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    R^produ^^U . .*.;.:J pivmisstort of

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    VICTORIA X POETS 429 Photo: IV. A.

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    I'.l.AlM-,. From a drawing by Giist

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    Reproduced by pcrmt^^wii "J the Med

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    astronomer of Persia—like himself

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    Arnold was wayward, perhaps a littl

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    seval length, even from medirevai m

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    V I C T O R I A N P O E T S 463 and

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    fiioto : Ktsch§tU Cuiieetton. DICK

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    Ly pdrmtssiin of Messrs. Hodicr & S

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    DICKENS AND THACKERAY 469 his own p

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    DICKENS AND THACKERAY 471 minutes i

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    That passage is pure imagination ;

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    DICKENS AND THACKERAY 475 might be

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    D I C K E X S A X D THACKERAY 477 r

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    DICKENS A X D THACKERAY 479 lines b

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    ^ By ptrmissioii of Messrs. Melhuen

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    John Grsenleaf Whittier. THE X E W^

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    THE N E W ENGLAND \\^ R I T E R S 5

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    THE XEW ENGLAND WRITERS 509 " A tru

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    THE X E W E X G L A X D W R I 1" K

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    THE N E \\' ENGLAND ^^^ R I T E R S

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    T H E X E W E X G L A X D ^^ R I T

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    THE NEW ENGLAND \\" R I T E R S 517

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    By permission of Messrs. Hutchinson

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    § 6 George Borrow, one of the most

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    down in Kent and devoted his life t

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    well doubt, as we watched her faint

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    THE GREAT VICTORIANS 559 SKIT ON SI

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    MODERN WRITERS, A M E R I C A X AND

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    MODERN WRITERS, AMERICAN AND EUROPE

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    :>[ODERX WRITERS, A ^I E R I C A X

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    MODERN WRITERS, AMERICAN AXD EUROPE

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    MODERN WRITERS, AMERICAN AND EUROPE

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    His experience and his temperament

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    S O -M E L A T E R \' I C T O R I A

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    the National Theatre at Chrisiiania

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    Sir Arthur Pinero and Mr. Jones rai

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    E X G L I S H POETRY SINCE S W I X

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    ENGLISH POETRY SINCE SWINBURNE 6ii

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    LATER DAY \\' R I T E R S 615 XXXIX

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    ism antagonised him, and he regards

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    § 4 There could be no greater cont

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    prolific as a journalist he worked

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    His first novel, Almnyer's Folly, w

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    a power of drawing real-life charac

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    which he is said to have been far p

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    Abbot (Sir Walter Scott), 401, 403

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    Confessions Confessions 156 (Rousse

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    Hans Kuchel Garten (N. V. Gogol), 5

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