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CHAPTER VIII
PURITANS AND CAVALIERS II

The religious poets, Herbert, Crashaw, Vaughan. Leaving for a while Milton, the poet of meditation, we return to the other writers of the time of contest between the King's claim and the people's right ; first, to the religious authors, poets, and prose writers. The best known work of most of them was done between 164o and 1650, save for that of George Herbert, who died in 1633.
George Herbert, 1593-1633. Herbert was born of a noble family, and was expected to do honour to it by entering court life. At first all things went smoothly. He had hardly taken his degree before honours were shown him which seemed the first steps to political advancement. In a very short time, however, the friends died upon whom he had depended for influence with King James; and he suddenly made up his mind to enter the church. His fashion of deciding momentous questions with a startling promptness he carried into other matters ; for, three days after meeting the young woman who won his heart, their marriage took place. Again, when a more important position was offered him than the one which he held, he refused to accept it ; but having yielded to the archbishop's arguments, he ordered the proper canonical garments to be made ready on the following

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