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CHAPTER XI
THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY

visitor who ventured to express some pity for him. When he was ten years of age, he became Lord Byron, and was so fond of alluding to his rank that the schoolboys called; him "the old English baron." At nineteen he published his first book of poems, Hours of Idleness. It was only a boy's work, but the position of this boy made it conspicuous, and the Edinburgh critics reviewed it sharply. Byron was angry, and two years. later he blazed out with English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, wherein he not only attacked the reviewers, with his scornful couplet,

A man must serve his time to every trade
Save censure-critics all are ready made,

but struck fiercely at his innocent fellow authors. Wordsworth he pronounced an idiot, Coleridge the laureate of asses, Scott a maker of stale romance, and the mighty Jeffrey, the editor of the offending Edinburgh Review, he declared to be " the great literary anthropophagus." His own critical judgments were of small value, and he was afterwards exceedingly sorry for his foolish lines ; but evidently this boy was not to be suppressed even by the great folk of the Edinburgh.
Byron went abroad, and in 1812 he produced the first part of Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, and then, he said, " I awoke one morning and found myself famous." He continued to write. Scott's Lay of the Last

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