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A History Of English Romanticism In The Eighteenth Century Part 2

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A History Of English Romanticism In The Eighteenth Century Part 2
One Of Thomas Warton'S Sonnets Was Addressed To Richard Hurd, Afterward
Bishop Of Lichfield And Coventry, And Later Of Worcester. Hurd Was A
Friend Of Gray And Mason, And His "Letters On Chivalry And Romance"
(1762) Helped To Initiate The Romantic Movement. They Perhaps Owed Their
Inspiration, In Part, To Sainte Palaye'S "Memoires Sur L'Ancienne
Chevalerie," The First Volume Of Which Was Issued In 1759, Though The
Third And Concluding Volume Appeared Only In 1781.

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