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CHAPTER I
I838 - 1839

dine at five. All the winter I have had some beautiful sweet daphnes and hyacinths in my window." Toward the end of 1838 he was writing historical plays. " Andrea of Hungary and Giovanna of Naples " were published in one volume early in the following year. The "Book of Beauty for 1839 " (published about October 1838) contained two dramatic scenes. In September 1838 he wrote and published a long letter to Daniel O'Connell, in which he advocated a reconstruction of the Irish Church and the planting of Irish colonies in Canada and Australia. In 1839 he was writing letters to the Examiner, in which he criticised the published opinions of Lord Brougham. About the same time he made the acquaintance of Charles Dickens. " Tell him," he wrote to Mr Forster, "that he has drawn from me more tears and more smiles than are remaining to me for all the rest of the world, real or ideal." It was at Landor's rooms in St James's Square that Dickens first conceived the character of Little Nell. Landor wished afterwards that for his own part he could have bought the house and burnt it to the ground, in order that no mean association might degrade a spot so sacred. In the letters now to be given, there are frequent allusions to Dickens, whom Landor's friends, Mrs Paynter and her daughters, had met both in Bath and London.
Of the verses with which the letters are interspersed, some few have never appeared in print, while the rest, to be found in one or other of his published writings, or in the periodicals to which

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