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Their relation to the reading public was nearer to that of the twentieth - century
novelist than to the early Victorians . The difference may be indicated easily
enough . " It was part of the felicity of the fifties to possess a literature which was
at once ...
... survives largely as an historical document illustrating early Victorian attitudes
to a social problem and the early Victorian fear , which amounted almost to
hysteria , of the poor . North and South , for one thing , THE EARLY VICTORIANS
The note of these early books , of Barchester Towers , for instance , is an easy
humor , and there is always the suspicion that the humor is a little too easy . Mrs .
Proudie and Mr . Slope , praised though they have always been , are somewhat ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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