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CHAPTER X
EIGHTEENTH CENTURY - LITERATURE UNDER THE GEORGES

say the one sentence, " I can't get out." Sterne's mood changes. He writes a glowing address to liberty, pictures one captive and his sorrows, and sends his servant away, " not willing he should see anything upon my cheek which would cost the honest fellow a heartache."
Samuel Johnson, 1709-1784. The decade marked by the beginning of the novel was from 1740 to 175o. The chief place of literary honour during the thirty years following 1750 is given to a man whose essays have not the charming touch of those of Addison and Steele, whose dictionary was antiquated -as a work of refer
ence-long ago, whose principal story is voted dry, whose edition of Shakespeare has been long since surpassed, and whose Lives of the Poets alone is of any special intrinsic value to-day. This man was Samuel Johnson. He was the sickly, nervous son of a Lichfield bookseller. He made his way to Oxford University, too independent to accept help and too poor to be able to finish his course and take a degree. A few years later, he opened a private school for boys. He was very big and awkward ; he rolled from side to side when he walked ; he grumbled and muttered, and his face, seamed and scarred by scrofula, trembled

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