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OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
THIRD AND FOURTH EPOCHS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE,
Anglo-Norman and Norman-French epochs from William
the Conqueror, and from Henry II. to Henry VIII.-
The Anglo-Norman Trouvères continued. - Terrestrial
Paradise-Descent to Hell
Change in Literature-Struggle between the two Lan-
Return, by law, to the National Language
Sentiment of political Liberty- Why different amongst
English and French writers of the 16th and 17th
centuries - Place held by the People in the ancient
Institutions of the two Monarchies
James I. King of Scotland - Dumbard - Douglas
Popular Ballads and Songs
FIFTH AND LAST EPOCH OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.