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[34] not know? In time, the shadow of Europe must lose something of its impressiveness. Dr. Creighton, in his preface to the EnglishHistorical Review,’ counts in all Americans as merely so manly ‘outlying English;’ but it is time to recognize that American literature is not, and never again can be, merely an outlying portion of the literature of England.

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