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CHAPTER XI
THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY

past, from the Middle Ages, from Spenser, and from the graceful fancies and depths of the Greek mythology.
In 1818, when he was twenty-three years of age, Keats published his Endyndon. It was savagely criticized by the Quarterly Review and Black wood's Edinbulgh Magazine, but the young poet was not to be suppressed. He made no bitter reply, as Byron had done, but he quietly wrote on, and two years later published some of his best work. Here were Eve of St Agnes, Lamia, and others of his longer poems, absolutely overflowing with beauty and glowing with light and colour :

Rose-bloom fell on her
hands, together prest, And on her silver cross
soft amethyst,
And on her hair a glory
like a saint.

If all Keats's poems but one were to be destroyed, most of those who love him would choose the Ode to a Grecian Urn to be saved. This poem is silver-clear, there is not a touch of colour. About the urn is a graceful course of youths and maidens and gods with pipes and timbrels and leafy boughs. The poet writes :

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