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CHAPTER XI
THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY

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Occasionally in the history of literature we come to what seems a natural boundary. Such a boundary was reached in 1832. Before the close of that year Byron, Shelley, Keats, and Scott were dead ; the literary work of Lamb and Coleridge was practically complete; Wordsworth wrote little more that was of value ; only De Quincey and Southey were still active. The condition of the country was rapidly changing. In political history, too, 1832 was a natural boundary, for in that year the Reform Bill was passed, giving for the first time to many thousand people in England the right to be represented in Parliament. Education became more general, not only the education of schools, but that of books and papers. Books became cheaper, the circulation of papers increased. Cheap magazines were established. Scientific discoveries and inventions overthrew former ways of living and working and forced people to think, whether they would or not. The audience makes the author, and the author makes the audience. The half-century following 1832 was to see-among other marks of literary progress-a remarkable development of the novel, the essay, and the poem.

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