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CHAPTER XI
THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY

poems there was an excellence that they had over looked. They passed by the imbecilities of Peter Bell, they read the charming little daffodil poem, they began to appreciate the grandeur of the Ode on the Intimations of Immortality, with its magnificent sweep of poetry :

There was a time when meadow, grove, and stream.
The earth, and every common sight,
To me did seem
Apparelled in celestial light,
The glory and the freshness of a dream.

Little by little Wordsworth's noble office was recognized, and he was known as the faithful interpreter of nature and of God in nature. In 1836 a complete edition of his works was called for. On the death of Southey in 1843, he was made Poet Laureate with the good-will of all lovers of true poetry.
Those first thirty years of the century were glorious times for literature. Besides the Lake Poets, there were the romantic writers, Scott and Byron ; the lovers of beauty, Shelley and Keats ; the essayists, Charles Lamb and De Quincey ; the magazine critics ; and the realist, Jane Austen.
Sir Walter Scott, 1771-1832. When we first hear of Walter Scott he was a little lame, sickly child who had been sent away from Edinburgh to his grandfather's farm in the hope that he might grow stronger. Fortunately for all who love a good story, this hope was realized, and it was not long before he was galloping wherever a pony could carry him and scrambling wherever the pony could not go. The two things that he liked best were this wild roaming over the country and listening to the old ballads and

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