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CHAPTER XI
THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY

The "Lake Poets." The three qualities that were so clearly manifested in the poetry of Burns, namely, interest in man, love of nature, and impatience of
restraint, become even more apparent in the writings of the nineteenth century. Individuality increased. It is less easy to label writers as belonging to a certain " school." The three poets of the first of the century who are usually classed together as the " Lake School " have little in common except their friendship and the fact that they lived in the Lake Country. These three were William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey.
When Wordsworth was twenty-one he went to France to study. Those were the Revolutionary days ; and the young student sided with the Girondists so vigorously that he would surely have fallen into political trouble if his friends had not stopped his allowance in order to compel him to return. When the revolution became only a

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