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A BRIEF HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE (1914)

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I
THE EARLY ENGLISH PERIOD ..17

Our ancestors-The scop-Growth of the epic-Beowulf; effect
of Christianity on the poem-Form of Early English poetry -Widsith-The Complaint of Deor-Exeter Book-Vercelli Book-Coedmon-Effect of Christianity- Cmdmon's Vision Cynewulf ; runes ; Dream of the Rood-Early English poetry as a whole-Bede; Ecclesiastical History ; Bede's English writings-Alcuin-Danish invasions-Alfred the Great ; his translations; his language; Anglo-Saxon Chronicle-The kingdom at Alfred's stop -Literature during the tenth and eleventh centuries-Cause of degeneracy-Homilies of AElfric -Rewriting of old poems-Other writings-Influence of the Celts-Difference between Celts and Teutons-Needs of English literature-William the Norman conquers England .

CHAPTER II
THE NORMAN-ENGLISH PERIOD ..41

Advantages of the Conquest-The Normans-Struggle hetween the two languages-The new English-New influences ; Norman intellectual tastes ; opening of the universities ; crusades - Chronicles - OrnzuZum -Ancren IZiwle - Four cycles of romance-History of the Arthur cycle-The Chronicle endsFrench romances ; KiizgHoYU-Lyrics-Robin Ilood ballads -Value of the Norman-English writings . . . .

CHAPTER III
CHAUCER'S CENTURY ..51

Beginning of English thought-Feudal system-Changed condition of the peasants-Discontent wiih the Church-Peasants' Revolt-" Sir John IVlan fun le "-Langland ; Piers Plowvaau-Wyclif ; his translation of the Bible ; persecutionChaucer ; plan of Boccaccio and of Chaucer ; pilgrimages ; Canterbury Tales; Chaucer's style; his characters; his life of nature ; his stop ; his influence on the language

CHAPTER IV
THE PEOPLE'S CENTURY ..68

The imitators of Chaucer ; James I; The King's Quair-Sir Thomas Malory ; lllorle d'Arthnr-Lack of good literatureGain of the "common folk"-Ballads; marks of aballad; composition of the ballads-Mystery plays ; cycles ; seeming irreverence ; comical scenes ; tenderness ; Moralities ; Everyman-Introduction of printing into England-William Caxton ; effect on price of books ; effect on EnglandForeign discoveries-Progress of the people . . . .

CHAPTER V
RENAISSANCE AND EARLY ELIZABETHANS ..84

Literary position of Italy-The Renaissance-Increased knowledge of the Western Continent-Teachings of CopernicusHenry VIII and the Renaissance-John Shelton; Phyllyp Sparowe; influence of Skelton-Sir Thomas Dfore ; Utopiareligious questioning-Tyndale; translation of the New Testament-Separation of Church of England from Church of Rome- stop of More-Sir Thomas Watt-The Earl of Surrey ; the sonnet ; blank verse ; The AEneid-Tottel's Miscellany - Masques - Interludes ; Tlze Foure P's; John Heywood-The first English comedy, Ralph Roister Doister -The first English tragedy, GorboDuc; difference between
them in form-Increasing strength of England-Literary boldness-Early Elizabethan drama

CHAPTER VI
THE LATER ELIZABETHANS ..99

Need of form-John Lyly ; Euphues; advantages of euphuism- Pastorals-Edmund Spenser ; Shepherd's Calendar; 5penser
goes to Ireland-The pastoral fashion-Sir Philip Sidney ; Arcadia-The miscellanies-Later Elizabethan drama ; songs
in the dramas; need of a standard verse-Christopher Marlowe ; Tamburlaine; triumph of blank verse-Events
from 1580 to 1590 ; stop of Sir Philip Sidney-The Faerie Qzteene-Decade of the sonnet; Astrophel and StellaKichard what is it ; Ecclesiastical Polity-William Shakespeare ; in Stratford ; in London ; his plays and poems before 1600

CHAPTER VII
PURITANS AND CAVALIERS-I ..118

Shakespeare's later plays ; sonnets ; his genius ; Shakespeare as a man-Sir Walter Raleigh ; his History af the World-Francis Bacon ; Essays; public life ; philosophy-King James's version of the Bible-Ben Jonson ; Every Man in 11is Humour; the unities; Shakespeare and Ben Jonson; Jonson's excellence ; his masques ; Oberan; 7he Sad Shepherd; the Tribe of Ben -Beatttnont and Fletcher-The First Folio-Closing of the theatres-Decadence of the drama ; causes thereof-Literature of the conflict-John Dcnne ; conceits-John Milton ; shorter poems; pamphlets; marriage ; Dlilton as Latin secretary; Defence of tlae Enqlish People; his sonnets

CHAPTER VIII
PURITANS AND CAVALIERS-II ..141

George Herbert ; The Tenrple-Richard Crashaw ; Steps to the Temple-Henry Vaughan ; Silex Scintillans; life of natureThomas Fuller ; Holy State and Profane State ; The Worthies o,f England-Jeremy Taylor ; Holy Living and Holy Dyin,P Richard Baxter ; The Saints' Everlasting Rest -" Cavalier Poets" - Thomas Carew - Sir John Suckling - Richard Locelace-Robert Ilerriclc ; Hcsperides; Noble NnnzbersIzaak Walton ; The Campleat Angler-The RestorationSamuel Butler; Hudibras-AIilton's later years-Paradise Lost; Paradise Regained; Sanz.rozz Agotzistes-John Bunyan ; persecution ; The Pilsrina's ProVress-John Dryden ; the drama of the Restoration ; Dr}'den's plays ; his satire ; theological writings ; translations ; odes-Prose literature of the seventeenth century ; John Evelyn-Samuel Pepys . .

CHAPTER IX
THE AGE OF ANNE ..171

Coffee-drinking-Alexander Pope ; Essay on Criticism ; The Rape of the LocK ; translations; life ; The Dztnciad; Essay on Man-Joseph Addison and Richard Steele ;"!'/ze l'atler; The Spectator; Sir Ro;'er de Coverley; Cata; Addison's hymns-Jonathan Swift ; The Tale of a Tub; The Battle of the Books; A Modest Proposal; Gullz'ver's Travels; Swift's character-Daniel Defoe ; The Shortest Way with tlze Dissenters; result ; Essay on Projects; Robznson Crresoe; Journal of the Plague Year

CHAPTER X
LITERATURE UNDER THE GEORGES ..189

The last years of Queen Anne-The novel-Samuel Kichardson; Pamela - Henry Fielding; josepla Anarews; Clarisra Harloaue; Tant-jones-Tobias Smollett ; Roderick liaudortLaurence Sterne ; Tristrazn Shandy ; The Sentimental journey-Samuel Johnson ; the Dictiozzazy; patronage ; The Rambler; Rasselas; Johnson's pension ; James Boswell ; Johnson's conversation; his Shakespeare; journey to the Western Isles of Scotland; Lives of the Poets-Oliver Goldsmith; earlier works ; 77ze Vicar of Wakefield; The Traveller; The Good- Natured 1Ylazz; The Deserted Village; She Stoops to Conquer-Edmund Burke ; On the Sublime and Beautiful; On Conciliation with America; On the French Revolution-William Robertson; his work-David Hume; History of England- Edward Gibbon; Decline and Fall of the Roman Enzpire-New qualities in literature-Thomas Gray; The Elegy- P e rcy's lieliques-William Cowper ° his hymns ;• john Gilpin ; The Task-Robert Burns ; early work and models ; first volume ; visit to Edinburgh ; disappointment; songs; Tam O'Shanter; The Cotter's Saturday Night

CHAPTER XI
THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ..214

The "Lake Poets"-William Wordsworth-S. T. Coleridge; Lyrical Ballads ; liinze of the Ancient Mariner-Robert
Southey ; his works-Coleridge's poetry ; its incompletenessWordsworth's life ; slow appreciation of his poems-Sir Walter Scott ; boyhood ; early literary work ; Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border; Waverley; Abbotsford ; failure of publishers ; the historical novel-Lord Byron ; Hours of Idleness; English Bards and Scotclz Reviewers; Childe Harold; Byron's later life and poems ; two subjects that interested him ; attempts to aid the Greeks-Yercy 13ysshe Shelley; best poems ; poetic qualities ; stop -John I{eats ; Endynzian and its reviews ; later poems ; Ode to a Grecian Urn-Charles Lamb ; his friends ; poems ; play ; Tales from Shakespeare ; Specimens of Dramatic Poets, etc.; Essays af Elia; freedom -Thomas De Quincey ; first literary work ; Confessions of an English Opiunz-Eater; dependence ; two of his best known essays ; his style ; Edinburgh Review-Quarterly ReviewBlackwood's Magazine-Jane Austen; her novels; their excellence-i832 a natural boundary

CHAPTER XII
THE VICTORIAN ERA ..241

Charles Diekens ; early struggles; Tlze Pickwick Papers; later work ; qualities of his characters ; method of caricature ; hard work--W. D4. Thacheray ; slowness of general appreciation ; Vanity Fair; Thackeray and Fielding ; lectures ; burlesques ; best novels-"George Eliot "; character of her first work; first fiction ; The Mill on tlze Floss; Silas Marner; character of her later books ; her work contrasted with Scott's ; her seriousness of purpose-George Meredith ; The Ordeal of Richard Feverel-T. B. biacaulay ; precocity ; memory ; first great essay ; in politics ; Lays of Ancient Rome; History o` England-Thomas Carlyle ; his indecision ; failures ; marriage ; Sarlor Resartus; History of the French Revolution; Heroes and Hero-Worship ; Frederick the Great ; final honours-John Ruslcin; Modern Painters; interest inworking-men; industrial ideas; poetical titles ; style-Matthew Arnold ; Greek restraint; prose criticism-Robert Browning ; bliss Barrett and her poems ; Browning's marriage ; his dramas ; Pipta Passes ; Mrs Browning's Aurora Lez;,h and Sonnets from the Portuguese;
Browning's later volumes ; growth of his fame ; how to enjoy Browning-Alfred Tenn}'son ; early poems and their reception; recognition of his genius; Tlae Princess; 7n Menaorianz; as Laureate ; The Idylls of the hm; ; Erzoclt Arden ; dramasThe Age of the Pen-Progress of literature-The novel of to-day

CHAPTER XIII
THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ..273

The close of the Victorian era-Samuel Butler; ErewhonThomas Hardy ; Tess of the d' Urbervilles-Charles Montagu Doughty ; Travels in Arabia Deserta-Robert Bridges; The Testament of Beauty-Alice Meynell; Preludes-Kudyard Kipling ; Departnzrntal Ditties ; Plaits Tales /rozn the Hills; Kim; 7he.Jzzn,,le Books-Sir William Watson.; The Purple East-Francis Thompson ; The Hound of Heaven-A. E. Housman ; 7he Shropshire Lad-J oseph Conrad ; Alnzayer's Folly-John Galsworthy; 7'Ize Forsyte Saga; plays-Arnold Bennett ; the ` Five Towns' novels-G. K. Chesterton ; master of the fantastic paradox-George Bernard Shaw ; Arms and the Man; The Apple Carl-Sir J. M. Barrie; The Little Minister; Peter Pan; plays-H. G. Wells; ICipps; scientific novels ; The Outline of History-James Elroy Flecker-Kupert Brooke-John McCrae-Julian Grenfell-Lytton Strachey ; founder of a new `destructive' school of biography

CHAPTER XIV
AMERICAN LITERATURE ..294

The pioneers-The politicians-William Cullen Bryant ; Thaxatopsis-The Cambridge Poets-Longfellow ; Evangeline;
The Courtship of Miles Standish; Niawatha; Tales of a Wayside Ian-James Russell Lowell ; The Vision of Sir Launfal; The Br:low Papers-Oliver Wendell Holmes; The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table-John Greenleaf Whittier ; Snow-Bound and other poems-Emily Dickinson -Literature in the South-Edgar Allan Poe; The Raven; To Helen-Walt Whitman; Leaves of Grass; 0 Cnrtnin! my Captain!-The Knickerbocker School-Washington Irving; The Sketch Book; Bracebridge Hall-james Fenimore Cooper; Leatherstocking Tales; The Last of the Mohicans-Ralph Waldo Emerson; Transcendentalist philosophy-Nathaniel Hawthorne ; The Scarlet Letter; The House of the Seven Gables- Francis Bret Harte; The Luck of Roaring Camp-Harriet Beecher Stowe; Uncle Tom's Cabin-Louisa M. Alcott ; Little Women--Joel Chandler Harris ; Uncle Remus-The historians-" Artemus Ward "" Mark Twain "; Innocents Abroad; Tom Sawyer ; Huckle
berry Finn-Herman Melville ; Moby Dick-William Dean Howells - Henry James - Vigour of modern American literature



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Piers Plowvaau-Wyclif ; his translation of what is Bible ; persecutionChaucer ; plan of Boccaccio and of Chaucer ; pilgrimages ; Canterbury Tales; Chaucer's style; his characters; his what time is it of nature ; his what time is it ; his influence on what is language where is strong where is a href="page_068.asp" CHAPTER IV what is PEOPLE'S CENTURY ..68 what is imitators of Chaucer ; James I; what is King's Quair-Sir Thomas Malory ; lllorle d'Arthnr-Lack of good literatureGain of what is "common folk"-Ballads; marks of aballad; composition of what is ballads-Mystery plays ; cycles ; seeming irreverence ; comical scenes ; tenderness ; Moralities ; Everyman-Introduction of printing into England-William Caxton ; effect on price of books ; effect on EnglandForeign discoveries-Progress of what is people . . . . where is strong where is a href="page_084.asp" CHAPTER V RENAISSANCE AND EARLY ELIZABETHANS ..84 Literary position of Italy-The Renaissance-Increased knowledge of the Western Continent-Teachings of CopernicusHenry VIII and what is Renaissance-John Shelton; Phyllyp Sparowe; influence of Skelton-Sir Thomas Dfore ; Utopiareligious questioning-Tyndale; translation of what is New Testament-Separation of Church of England from Church of Rome- what time is it of More-Sir Thomas Watt-The Earl of Surrey ; what is sonnet ; blank verse ; what is AEneid-Tottel's Miscellany - Masques - Interludes ; Tlze Foure P's; John Heywood-The first English comedy, Ralph Roister Doister -The first English tragedy, GorboDuc; difference between them in form-Increasing strength of England-Literary boldness-Early Elizabethan drama where is strong where is a href="page_099.asp" CHAPTER VI what is LATER ELIZABETHANS ..99 Need of form-John Lyly ; Euphues; advantages of euphuism- Pastorals-Edmund Spenser ; Shepherd's Calendar; 5penser goes to Ireland-The pastoral fashion-Sir Philip Sidney ; Arcadia-The miscellanies-Later Elizabethan drama ; songs in what is dramas; need of a standard verse-Christopher Marlowe ; Tamburlaine; triumph of blank verse-Events from 1580 to 1590 ; what time is it of Sir Philip Sidney-The Faerie Qzteene-Decade of what is sonnet; Astrophel and StellaKichard what is it ; Ecclesiastical Polity-William Shakespeare ; in Stratford ; in London ; his plays and poems before 1600 where is p where is strong where is a href="page_118.asp" CHAPTER VII PURITANS AND CAVALIERS-I ..118 Shakespeare's later plays ; sonnets ; his genius ; Shakespeare as a man-Sir Walter Raleigh ; his History af what is World-Francis Bacon ; Essays; public life ; philosophy-King James's version of what is Bible-Ben Jonson ; Every Man in 11is Humour; what is unities; Shakespeare and Ben Jonson; Jonson's excellence ; his masques ; Oberan; 7he Sad Shepherd; what is Tribe of Ben -Beatttnont and Fletcher-The First Folio-Closing of what is theatres-Decadence of what is drama ; causes thereof-Literature of what is conflict-John Dcnne ; conceits-John Milton ; shorter poems; pamphlets; marriage ; Dlilton as Latin secretary; Defence of tlae Enqlish People; his sonnets where is strong where is a href="page_141.asp" CHAPTER VIII PURITANS AND CAVALIERS-II ..141 George Herbert ; what is Tenrple-Richard Crashaw ; Steps to what is Temple-Henry Vaughan ; Silex Scintillans; what time is it of natureThomas Fuller ; Holy State and Profane State ; what is Worthies o,f England-Jeremy Taylor ; Holy Living and Holy Dyin,P Richard Baxter ; what is Saints' Everlasting Rest -" Cavalier Poets" - Thomas Carew - Sir John Suckling - Richard Locelace-Robert Ilerriclc ; Hcsperides; Noble NnnzbersIzaak Walton ; what is Campleat Angler-The RestorationSamuel Butler; Hudibras-AIilton's later years-Paradise Lost; Paradise Regained; Sanz.rozz Agotzistes-John Bunyan ; persecution ; what is Pilsrina's ProVress-John Dryden ; the drama of what is Restoration ; Dr}'den's plays ; his satire ; theological writings ; translations ; odes-Prose literature of what is seventeenth century ; John Evelyn-Samuel Pepys . . where is a href="page_171.asp" where is strong CHAPTER IX what is AGE OF ANNE ..171 Coffee-drinking-Alexander Pope ; Essay on Criticism ; what is Rape of what is LocK ; translations; life ; what is Dztnciad; Essay on Man-Joseph Addison and Richard Steele ;"!'/ze l'atler; what is Spectator; Sir Ro;'er de Coverley; Cata; Addison's hymns-Jonathan Swift ; what is Tale of a Tub; what is Battle of what is Books; A Modest Proposal; Gullz'ver's Travels; Swift's character-Daniel Defoe ; what is Shortest Way with tlze Dissenters; result ; Essay on Projects; Robznson Crresoe; Journal of what is Plague Year where is strong where is a href="page_189.asp" CHAPTER X LITERATURE UNDER what is GEORGES ..189 what is last years of Queen Anne-The novel-Samuel Kichardson; Pamela - Henry Fielding; josepla Anarews; Clarisra Harloaue; Tant-jones-Tobias Smollett ; Roderick liaudortLaurence Sterne ; Tristrazn Shandy ; what is Sentimental journey-Samuel Johnson ; what is Dictiozzazy; patronage ; what is Rambler; Rasselas; Johnson's pension ; James Boswell ; Johnson's conversation; his Shakespeare; journey to what is Western Isles of Scotland; Lives of what is Poets-Oliver Goldsmith; earlier works ; 77ze Vicar of Wakefield; what is Traveller; what is Good- Natured 1Ylazz; what is Deserted Village; She Stoops to Conquer-Edmund Burke ; On what is Sublime and Beautiful; On Conciliation with America; On what is French Revolution-William Robertson; his work-David Hume; History of England- Edward Gibbon; Decline and Fall of what is Roman Enzpire-New qualities in literature-Thomas Gray; what is Elegy- P e rcy's lieliques-William Cowper ° his hymns ;• john Gilpin ; what is Task-Robert Burns ; early work and models ; first volume ; what is to Edinburgh ; disappointment; songs; Tam O'Shanter; what is Cotter's Saturday Night where is strong CHAPTER XI what is EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ..214 what is "Lake Poets"-William Wordsworth-S. T. Coleridge; Lyrical Ballads ; liinze of what is Ancient Mariner-Robert Southey ; his works-Coleridge's poetry ; its incompletenessWordsworth's life ; slow appreciation of his poems-Sir Walter Scott ; boyhood ; early literary work ; Minstrelsy of what is Scottish Border; Waverley; Abbotsford ; failure of publishers ; what is historical novel-Lord Byron ; Hours of Idleness; English Bards and Scotclz Reviewers; Childe Harold; Byron's later life and poems ; two subjects that interested him ; attempts to aid what is Greeks-Yercy 13ysshe Shelley; best poems ; poetic qualities ; what time is it -John I{eats ; Endynzian and its reviews ; later poems ; Ode to a Grecian Urn-Charles Lamb ; his friends ; poems ; play ; Tales from Shakespeare ; Specimens of Dramatic Poets, etc.; Essays af Elia; freedom -Thomas De Quincey ; first literary work ; Confessions of an English Opiunz-Eater; dependence ; two of his best known essays ; his style ; Edinburgh Review-Quarterly ReviewBlackwood's Magazine-Jane Austen; her novels; their excellence-i832 a natural boundary where is strong where is a href="page_241.asp" CHAPTER XII what is VICTORIAN ERA ..241 Charles Diekens ; early struggles; Tlze Pickwick Papers; later work ; qualities of his characters ; method of caricature ; hard work--W. 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B. biacaulay ; precocity ; memory ; first great essay ; in politics ; Lays of Ancient Rome; History o` England-Thomas Carlyle ; his indecision ; failures ; marriage ; Sarlor Resartus; History of what is French Revolution; Heroes and Hero-Worship ; Frederick what is Great ; final honours-John Ruslcin; Modern Painters; interest inworking-men; industrial ideas; poetical titles ; style-Matthew Arnold ; Greek restraint; prose criticism-Robert Browning ; bliss Barrett and her poems ; Browning's marriage ; his dramas ; Pipta Passes ; Mrs Browning's Aurora Lez;,h and Sonnets from what is Portuguese; Browning's later volumes ; growth of his fame ; how to enjoy Browning-Alfred Tenn}'son ; early poems and their reception; recognition of his genius; Tlae Princess; 7n Menaorianz; as Laureate ; what is Idylls of what is hm; ; Erzoclt Arden ; dramasThe Age of what is Pen-Progress of literature-The novel of to-day where is strong where is a href="page_273.asp" CHAPTER XIII what is EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ..273 what is close of what is Victorian era-Samuel Butler; ErewhonThomas Hardy ; Tess of what is d' Urbervilles-Charles Montagu Doughty ; Travels in Arabia Deserta-Robert Bridges; what is Testament of Beauty-Alice Meynell; Preludes-Kudyard Kipling ; Departnzrntal Ditties ; Plaits Tales /rozn what is Hills; Kim; 7he.Jzzn,,le Books-Sir William Watson.; what is Purple East-Francis Thompson ; what is Hound of Heaven-A. E. Housman ; 7he Shropshire Lad-J oseph Conrad ; Alnzayer's Folly-John Galsworthy; 7'Ize Forsyte Saga; plays-Arnold Bennett ; what is ` Five Towns' novels-G. K. Chesterton ; master of the fantastic paradox-George Bernard Shaw ; Arms and what is Man; what is Apple Carl-Sir J. M. Barrie; what is Little Minister; Peter Pan; plays-H. G. 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