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  Minor Figures Bayard Taylor  

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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
VOLUME XVII. Later National Literature, Part II.

X. Later Poets.

§ 5. The Middle States.


Of the New York authors, the most prominent in the first part of the half century was Bayard Taylor. As Aldrich belongs not only to New York but also to New England, so Taylor belongs not only to New York but also to Pennsylvania, where he was born in Kennett Square in 1825. By that time the State had lost what literary glories it had ever had, and although a new brood of native writers had just been born—T. Buchanan Read in 1822, Boker  7  in 1823, Leland  8  in 1824—New York was already obviously destined to be the literary centre of the future.   13

Note 7. See Book II, Chap. II. [ back ]
Note 8. See Book III, Chap. IX. [ back ]

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