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of knouledge and of guer, 471: bis Ezot, Gewige set of 552-56;
digressotas, 471; preem:denly inter- psycho-ogie reax 552; berch and
lectua.. 472; death 472.

parertage 552, 09d of reag. 553:
Dickens, Chases, skach of, 535-551 : domestic tang 533 as a gust,

parertage, 535: autobiographic e e- 554; temperamen: 55: soepeica: 555;
ments ID - Iravid Copperheid,“ 535; Myers çened, 355; tans 2:as Leben
ear.y reading. 536; in backing ware- Jesu,“ 555: on the Coatdent, 555;
bouse, 537, at schooi, 538; in so.ici- editor of Bernster Reur, 557:
tor's Gffice, 533; as a reporter, 539; relations with Les 557; rea isuc
* Sketches by Boz," 540 ; " Pickwick,“ princip.es, 558; “ Amos Banon," 553;
540; Cariyie's etching, 541; marriage, critique, 559; bappy ife, 559; " Adam
542; "Oliver Twist," 542; Nicholas Bede," 560; Mii on the Foss," 561;
Nickeby," 543; method of work, 543;1 in Forence, 551; Sias Marner,"
* Oid Curiosity Shop," 544; “ Barnaby 561; " Rombia," 562; receptons, 563;
Rudge," 544; travels, 545; “ Martin "Spanish Gypsy,“ 564; other poems,
Chuzz.enit," 545: “Christmas Caro:," ! 564; “Middlemarch" and "Daniel
546; in Italy, 546; “ Dombey and Son," : Deronda," 555; education of women,
547; theatricai company, 547: "David 565; marriage to Cross, 500; death,
Copperfieid," 548; other novels, 548; as 556; power and purpose, 506.

a reader, 549; death, 549; critique, 550. ' Eizabeth, Queen, ascends throne, 74;
Disraeli, Benjamin, Eari of Beaconsfield, dimcu.ties and dangers, 75; character,
473.

75; growth of Protestantism, 75, 76;
Dobson, Henry Austin, 474.

condition of country, 76, 77; Eng.ish
Drama, opposed by ancient church, 97; character, 77 ; patron of drama, 139.

ongin of modern, 98; miracle plays, England, people composite, 11 ; meaning,
98; moralities, 98; interludes, 99; first 13; in fourteenth century, 35. 36; ac-
comedy,99; first tragedy. 99; theatres, cession of Elizabeth, 74, 76; and Scoi-
99; technique of, 151, 152; deciine of, ; land united, 202; influence abroad, 202 ;
under Puritan rule, 160.

social condition, 203; material and

intellectual progress, 277 ; morals and 312; "She Stoops to Conquer," 313;
religion, 278; a world-power, 278; in death, 313; Thackeray's estimate, 314.
Age of Scott, 371; in Victorian Age, Gower, John, 31; sketch of, 47, 48.
477-483.

Gray, Thomas, 273.
English literature, defined, 2; periods of, 6. Green, John Richard, on classical re-
Evelyn, John, 195, 206.

vival, 37; on Puritanism, 160, 475.

Green, Robert, 68, 99.
Farquhar, George, 196.

Gregory, Pope, anecdote of, 15.
Fiction, in Victorian Age, 484.

Grote, George, 475.
Fielding, Henry, 196, 209.
First Creative Period, 69; revival of Hallam, Henry, quoted on “Faery

learning, 70, 71; literary activity, 84, 96. Queene," 109; on Bacon, 134, 367;
First Critical Period, 197.

various writings, 375.
Fletcher, John, 68, 101.

Hamilton, Sir William, 476.
Freeman, quoted, 40, 475.

Hazlitt, William, 367, 374.
French influence at Restoration, 198. Hemans, Felicia Dorothea, 368.
Froude, James A., 475.

Herbert, George, 153.

Herrick, Robert, 153; quoted, 164.
Geoffrey of Monmouth, 39, 41.

History, in Age of Johnson, 281; in
Gibbon, Edward, sketch of, 315-331; Victorian Age, 484.

rank as historian, 315; · Autobiog. Hobbes, Thomas, 195.
raphy," 315; ancestry, 316; birth, 316; Hood, Thomas, 368.
at school, 317; love of history, 318; Hooker, Richard, 67; sketch of, 90-92.
criticism of Oxford, 318; becomes a Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey, 67;
Roman Catholic, 319; sent to Lau- sketch of, 81-83.
sanne, 319; ardor in study, 320; re- Hudson, Henry, quoted on Shakespeare,
nounces Romanism, 320; and Voltaire,

141.
321 ; love affair, 321; in London, 322; Hume, David, 273, 281-283; “ History
his library, 322; “L'Étude de la Lit- of England," 282.
térature," 323; captain of militia, 323; Hunt, Leigh, 367.
finds historical subject, 324; in Paris, Huxley, Thomas Henry, 476.
324; visits Italy, 325; idleness, 325: Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, 153,
begins Decline and Fall," 326; in 16.
Parliament, 325; retires to Lausanne,
327; concludes “ Decline and Fall," Independents, character of, 158.
327; writes

“Autobiography," 328; Indo-European group of languages, 20.
death, 329; his character, 329, 330; Inventions, 71, 72; of Victorian Age,
critique, 330; style, 331.

478.
Gleeman, 21, 22.

Italy, influence on English literature,
Goldsmith, Oliver, sketch of, 302–314;

39, 81, 83.
characteristics, 302; Garrick's epitaph,
302; birth and parentage, 303; as a Jeffrey, Francis, 367, 374; on Byron, 400;
student, 304; at the university, 305; on Wordsworth, 422.
anecdote, 305; objection to clerical Johnson, Dr. Samuel, quoted, 163;
profession, 306; starts to America, 306; sketch of, 288-301; intimate knowl-
studies medicine, 307; travels on Con- edge of, 288; peculiarities, 288; in
tinent, 307; in London, 308; circle of conversation, 289; on friendship, 289;
acquaintances, 309; thriftless, 309; his prejudices, 290; birth and educa-
“Vicar of Wakefield," 310; “Travel- tion, 290; marriage, 291; trials in
ler," 310; "Good-Natured Man," 311 ; London, 291;

reporter, 292;
hack-work, 312; “ Deserted Village," “ London," 292; • Dictionary,“ 293;

as a

and Chesterfield, 294; “Vanity of Macpherson, James, his “Poems of
Human Wishes," 295; “Irene," 295; Ossian," 285; Johnson's letter to, 298.
Rambler, 296; style and aim, 296; Manning, Robert, 31, 43.
“Rasselas," 297 ; pensioned, 297; The Marlowe, Christopher, 68, 99, 101.
Club, 298; views of “Ossian," 298; Marryat, Frederick, 473.
" Journey to Hebrides," 298; “Lives Massinger, Philip, 68, 101.
the Poets," 299; death, 300.

McCarthy, quoted, 478; on Macaulay,
Jonson, Ben, 68; sketch of, 101-103; 503.

on Bacon's oratory, 124; tribute to Metaphysical poets, 162; Dr. Johnson
Shakespeare, 140.

on, 163.

Methodism, rise of, 204.
Keats, John, 368, 377, 378.

Middle English Period, 33.
Keble, John, 369.

Mill, John Stuart, 476.
Kingsley, Charles, 473.

Miller, Hugh, 476.

Milman, Henry Hart, 475.
Lamb, Charles, 367, 375; on Coleridge, Milton, John, quoted on books, 5; sketch
426.

of, 167-180; greatness of, 167 ; paren-
Landor, Walter Savage, 369.

tage, 167; educational reformer, 168;
Lang,
drew, 474.

declines to take orders, 169; at Horton,
Langland, 31;

" Piers the Plowman," 169; "Comus," “ L'Allegro," “Il Pen-
46; Marsh on, 47.

seroso," 169, 170; "Lycidas," 170; his
Latitudinarians, 200.

travels, 171; premonitions of fame,
Layamon's " Brut," 31, 41.

172; private school, 172; various con-
Lecky, W. E. H., 475.

troversial writings, 173; marriage, 174;
Literature, in largest sense, 1; English " Doctrine of Divorce," 174; recon-

literature, 2; influences determining, 2; ciliation, 174; "Areopagitica," and
literature in narrower sense, 4; classic " Tractate on Education," 175;
literature, 5; as a social force, 5; liter- language study, 176; Cromwell's sec-

ary taste, 6; periods of English, 6. retary, 177; Defensio,” 177; blind-
Locke, John, 195, 206.

ness, 178; “ Paradise Lost," 179;
Lockhart, John Gibson, 367, 375.

Paradise Regained," and "Samson
Louis XIV. and literature, 198.

Agonistes," 180; death, character, 180.
Lowell, James Russell, quoted, 97; on Miracle plays, 98.
Pope, 257

Mitford, William, 375.
Lyly, John, 67, 87.

Moore, Thomas, 368, 380-382.
Lytton, Lord, (Owen Meredith), 474. Moralities, 98.

More, Hannah, 368.
Macaulay, Thomas Babington, quoted, More, Sir Thomas, 67, 80.

170; sketch of, 488-503; popularity, Morris, William, 474.
488; birth and parentage, 489; childish
precocity, 489; at Cambridge, 489. Newspapers, rise of, 277.
490; earliest publications, 490; " Essay Newton, Sir Isaac, 195.
on Milton," 491; great as a man, 491; Normans, 33; character, 34; coalesce
in Parliament, 492; in India, 492; with Anglo-Saxons, 35.
learns German, 493; visits Italy, 493,
494; Secretary of War, 494; “Essays," | Oratory, in Age of Johnson, 279.
495; style, 495; a partisan, 496; ex- Ormin, his "Ormulum," 45, 46.
tracts, 497 ; " Lays of Ancient Rome,"
499; as a historian, 500; theory of his- Paris, Matthew, 31.
tory, 501 ; “ History of England," 501; Pepys, Samuel, 195, 206.
last years, 502.

Percy, Thomas, 274; "Reliques," 285.

on

Periodicals, become important, 215; | Romanticism, rise of, 284; new, 486.

newspapers, 277 ; reviews, 374, 480. Roscoe, quoted on “Rape of the Lock,"
Periods, literary, not sharply defined, 372. 247
Petrarch. 39.

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 474.
“ Piers the Plowman," Langland's, 46, 47. Royalists, 157.
Poetry, first literature of a people, 21; Ruskin, John, sketch of, 656–670; varied

Anglo-Saxon, 22; change of tone, 286; spheres, 656; and Carlyle, 656; birth
nature in, 286, 287; in Victorian Age, and parentage, 657; childhood, 658;
486.

thirst of authorship, 659; interest in
Pope, Alexander, influenced by France, art, 659; love of mountains, 660; wor-

199; extract from "Rape of the Lock," shipper of nature, 660; at Oxford, 661;
203; sketch of, 240-257; character and * Poetry of Architecture," 662; "Mod-
genius, 240; childhood, 240; reading, ern Painters," 663; manner of writing,
241; precocity, 241; and Dryden, 242; 664; marriage, 664; “Seven Lamps,"
and Trumbull, 242; and Walsh, 242; 664; “Pre-Raphaelitism," 665; "Stones
Wycherly, 243; " Essay on Criticism," of Venice," 665; popular lectures, 666;
243-245; and Dennis, 245; "Rape of · Unto this Last,” 666; "Sesame and
the Lock," 246; “Iliad," 247 ; "Odys- Lilies," 667; "Crown of Wild Olives,"
sey," 248 ; quarrel with Addison, 248, 667; " Time and Tide," 667; educa-
249; at Twickenham, 249; filial affec- tional reformer, 668; Professor of Fine
tion,
250; Dunciad," 250-252;

Arts at Oxford, 668; at Brantwood,
Thackeray's critique, 252; “Essay on 669; as a critic, 669; eccentricity, 669;
Man," 252-254; death, 255; character- rank. 670.
istics, 255-257; as a poet, 257; Lowell's
estimate, 257

Sackville, Thomas, Earl of Dorset, 67, 97.
Porter, Jane, 368, 376.

Schools, cathedral and monastic, 37.
Puritanism, and literature, 159, 160; ex- Scott, Sir Walter, sketch of, 383-396;
treme, 197.

prominence, 383; ancestry, 383; child-

hood, 384; at the university, 385; as
Quarles, Francis, 153; quoted, 164.

a lawyer, 385; early romance, 386;
Queen Anne, ascends throne, 201,

marriage, 387; “Minstrelsy of the

Scottish Border," 387; Carlyle on, 387;
Race, influence of, on literature, 2, 3. "Lay of the Last Minstrel," "Mar-
Radcliffe, Ann, 367, 376.

mion," " Lady of the Lake," 388, 389;
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 67; sketch of, 92- method of work, 390; Abbotsford, 390;
96, 107.

as host, 390; tree-planting, 391; pub-
Raumer, quoted on Bacon, 134.

lishing house, 391 ; “Waverley," 392;
Reade, Charles, 473.

other romances, 392; romanticist, 393;
Realism, 485.

wrote rapidly, 393; character of Wa-
Reformation, the, 72, 73.

verley novels, 394; style, 394; effort to
Religion and literature, 44, 159, 160. meet obligations, 395; last days, 396.
Restoration, the, moral effects, 198; Shakespeare, William, sketch of, 136–
and science, 199; Green on, 200.

150; preëminence, 136; meagre de-
Revival of learning, 70, 71.

tails, 136; parentage, 137; education,
Revolution, the, 200, 202; French, 373. 137; marriage, 137; in London, 138;
Richardson, Samuel, 196, 208.

as actor, 138; “Venus and Adonis,"
Robert of Gloucester, “Rhyming Chroni- 139; Spenser's tribute, 139; growing
cles," 31, 43.

wealth, 139; social life, 139, 140; Jon-
Robertson, William, 273, 283, 284.

son's tribute, 140; dissatisfied with
Robin Hood, 70; ballads, 40, 70.

actor's life, 140; retires to Stratford,
Rogers, Samuel, 369.

141; death, 141; Hudson's estimate,
life, 447 ;

141; rich inner life, 142; sanity, 143; ! Swift, Jonathan, sketch of, 258-271;
development of his genius, 143, 144; as a writer, 258; as a man, 258; birth
hidden personality, 144; knowledge of and education, 259; at college, 259;
dramatic art, 145; enriched borrowed at Temple's, 260; “Battle of Books,"
materials, 146; historical plays, 146; 260; at Laracor, 261; sermons, 261;
acquaintance with human nature, 146; imperious temper, 262; satirical gift,
noble types of men and women, 147 ; 262; "Tale of a Tub," 263; in London,
style and diction, 147; voices human 264; “ Journal to Stella," 265; rela-
experience, 148, 149; his influence, tions to women, 265; secret marriage,
149; on the Continent, 150; enduring 266; "Drapier Letters," 267; “Gulli-
fame, 150; addendum on drama, 151, ver's Travels," 267; "Thoughts on
152.

Various Subjects," 268; style, 269;
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, sketch of, 442- eccentricities, 269; friendships and

458; growing fame, 442; sad life, 442; hatreds, 270; insanity and death, 270;
childhood, 443; at Eton, 443; at Ox- characterization, 271.
ford, 444; appearance and character, Swinburne, Algernon Charles, 474.
445; " Posthumous Fragments," 445;
"Necessity of Atheism," 446; in Lon- Taillefer, anecdote of, 38.
don, 446; marriage, 447; migratory Taine, quoted, 160.

Queen Mab,” 447, 448; op- Taste, literary, 6.
timist, 449; elopement, 449; “Alastor," | Taylor, Jeremy, 153, 160.
450; suicide of his wife, 451; " Revolt Temple, Sir William, 196; Swift with,
of Islam," 451; manner of life, 452; 260.
in Italy, 452; " Julian and Maddalo," Tennyson, Alfred, visit to Brownings,
453 ; various works, 453; " The Cenci," 580; sketch of, 603-621; preëminence,
455; “Cloud," 455; “Defence of 603; fortunate life, 603; birth and
Poetry," 456; Adonais," 456; parentage, 604; at Cambridge, 604:
drowned, 457; as a poet, 457; as a Poems, Chiefly Lyrical," 605; con-
reformer, 458.

ception of poetic character, 606;
Shenstone, William, 274.

volume of '32, 606; a fundamental
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 273.

principle, 607; interim of study, 608;
Sidney, Sir Philip, 67, 88-90.

in London, 609; volume of '42, 610-
Smith, Adam, 274.

612; character of his poetry, 612;
Southey, Robert, 368, 378, 379.

“ Princess," 613; conservative sym-
Spencer, Herbert, 476.

pathies, 613; “In Memoriam,” 614-
Spenser, Edmund, sketch of, 104-116; 616; marriage, 616; various homes,

first great writer of Creative Period, 617;“ Maude, and Other Poems," 617;
104; meagre details, 104; education, "Idyls of the King," 618-620; “Enoch
105; "Shepherd's Calendar," 105; in Arden," 620; " Crossing the Bar," 620 ;
London and Ireland, 106; visited by enduring fame, 621.
Raleigh, 107; “Colin Clout's Come Thackeray, William Makepeace, tribute
Home Again," 107; "Mother Hub- to Addison, 239; estimate of Gold-
bard's Tale," 108; · Faery Queene,"

smith, 314;

of Charlotte Bronté,
109; marriage, 109;

" View of the State 517; sketch of, 519-534; parallel with
of Ireland," 110; Kilcolman Castle Dickens, 519; birth and parentage,
burned, III; characterization, III; 519; at Charter House, 520; at Cam-
Spenserian stanza, 112; plan of “Faery bridge, 520; classic style, 521;
Queene," 113-117; critique, 117, 118; Weimar, 521; studies law, 521; loses
tribute to Shakespeare, 139.

his fortune, 522; “Memoirs of Yellow-
Stevenson, Robert Louis, 473.

plush," 523; "Catherine," 523; * Great
Stewart, Dugald, quoted, 128.

Hoggarty Diamond," 523; other writ.

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