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|George Meredith (18281909)|
|Meredith, George. An English novelist and poet; born in Hampshire, Feb. 12, 1828; died on May 18, 1909. He published: Poems (1851); The Shaving of Shagpat (1855); Farina: a Legend of Cologne (1857); The Ordeal of Richard Feverel (1859); Mary Bertrand (1860); Evan Harrington (1861); Modern Love (1862), poems; Emilia in England (1864), subsequently republished under the title Sandra Belloni; Rhoda Fleming (1865); Vittoria (1866); The Adventures of Harry Richmond (1871); Beauchamps Career (1875); The Egoist (1879); The Tragic Comedians (1881); Poems and Lyrics of the Joy of Earth (1883); Diana of the Crossways (1885); Ballads and Poems of Tragic Life (1887); A Reading of Earth (1888); One of our Conquerors (1890); The Empty Purse (1892), poems; Lord Ormont and his Aminta (1894); The Amazing Marriage (1895). His shorter prose tales include: The Tale of Chloe; The House on the Beach; The Case of General Ople and Lady Camper; Celt and Saxon, an early novel, unfinished, appeared in 1910; his Letters in 1912. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).|