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CHAPTER XIII
THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY

first-class prose or verse, were not entirely sterile. A vigorous band of young writers is making its influence felt, while their elders continue to ply their own more traditional music with no small measure of success. At no time has there been a larger or more appreciative public to whom to appeal, and every year the mighty flood of books rises higher and spreads in ever wider circles over the land.
How many of these myriad books will be remembered ten or twenty years hence no man can tell, but it can hardly be doubted that somewhere among them there are a few which will endure. The literature of England is beyond question the greatest heritage of the English people, and, unlike an empire made with hands, it can neither shrink nor fall into decay. With the Greeks, with the Romans, with the Italians, the English must remain to all time the people who have in the realm of literature attained the most glorious and the most enduring victories.

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