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Vicar of Wakefield, The, 263;
300; 301; 412.

Victoria, Queen, 109.
Victorian Age, 369-464 [advance
of democracy, 370; advance of
science, 372; growth of the
British Empire, 375; the era
in literature, 376; the new
writers, 376]; 399; 428; Vic-
torian poetry, 437-461.
Village, The, 303.
Virginians, The, 419; 421.
Voyages and Travels of Sir John
Mandeville, 65.

Walpole, Robert, Administra-
tion of, 282.

Walton, Isaac, 189; 211; 221.
Wanderer, The, 7.

Ward, Mrs. Humphry, 402.
Warden, The, 430.
Warwickshire, 152–155; 422.
Waverley Novels, The, 334-335;
337; 338.

Welsh, Jane (Mrs. Carlyle),
387; 389.

Wesley, Charles and John, 281.
Westminster Review, The, 423.
Westward Ho! 430.

Whitby, Abbey of, 19.
Whitefield, George, 281.
White Ship, The, 441.
Wilhelm Meister, 387.
Winchester, capital of Wessex,
32.

Winter's Tale, The, 163.
Wolsey, Cardinal, 109.
Woman in White, The, 430.
Wordsworth, Dorothy, 316; 318.
Wordsworth, William, 127; 272;

285; 292; 293; 297; 314; 315–
322 [life, 315; as poet, 318;
view of Nature, 318; its limi-
tations, 320; poet of de-
mocracy, 322]; 323; 325; 327;
341; 344; 346; 347; 352; 367;
377; 381; 385; 394; 407; 438;
447; 460; 461.
Wuthering Heights, 429.
Wyatt, Sir Thomas, 110–113.
Wycherley, William, 231.
Wyclif, John, 61; 63-64; his
translation of the Bible, 64.
Wyrd, Goddess of Fate, 7.

York, school of, 25; captured by
the Danes, 27.
Youth and Art, 450.

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