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CHAPTER XI
THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY

a plain, straightforward narrative, and in every case adapt his style perfectly to the mood of the hour. His published works fill sixteen volumes, "full of brain from beginning to end,"
The Reviews. Almost all of De Quincey's work was done for some one of the magazines that were established in the first twenty years of the century. The earliest was the Edinburgh Review. It began in 1802 with very decided principles. One was that articles must be written by men of standing ; second, that they must be paid for ; third, that reviews and criticisms should be absolutely lsoz. independent. Francis Jeffrey soon became its editor, and was its ruling spirit for a quarter of a century. This magazine was so strongly Whiggish in tone that an opposition Tory magazine, the Ouaiterly Review, was soon founded. Then came Blackwood's Magazine, whose great man was John Wilson, or " Christopher North." These periodicals were so partisan and so bent upon being " independent " that many authors, like. Keats and Wordsworth, suffered most un fairly at their hands ; but, however hard their reviews were for individual writers, they were certainly good for literature, for the very savageness of their criticism aroused discussion and interest in literary matters.
Jane Austen, 1775-1817. In the midst of the poems and romances and essays and reviews, the novel of home life held a minor place, but an important one. Immediately after the days of Richardson, Fielding, and Smollett, there was much story-writing, but these stories were generally romances. The best and almost the only real novels of the earliest years

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