George Meredith George Meredith was a well-known English novelist, poet, and es asseverateist during the Victorian age. He was born in Portsmouth February 12th 1828 and died on May eighteenth 1909. Before Meredith became an author, he apprenticed with a lawyer. He also worked as a journalist submitting his poems and essays to the periodicals. Meredith married twice; his abrasion wife 1849 to 1858 was the daughter of Thomas Love Peacock. His second wedding was 1864 to 1885. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Merediths poems and novels were characterized in a sustained lyrical tone and were boneheaded in metaphor. Meredith wrote many poems, novels, and essays. Merediths first novel was Ordeal of Richard Feverel,Â constitute in 1859, was his best-known novel. Beauchamps Career,Â written in 1875, was what Meredith considered to be his finest work. former(a) novels he wrote were: Diana of the CrosswaysÂ 1885, Amazing MarriageÂ 1895, and The EgoistÂ 1879 which critics say is Meredith s finest work. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â In conclusion, George Meredith was a universally respected poet, novelist, and essayist. Merediths critics saw his as a precursor of ironic modernism rather than a Victorian.
He was one of the major literary figures of Victorian England. _________________________________________ 1.) Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Meredith, George, founding Ency, mickle 13, 1889 edition, pg.147 2.) Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Judith Wilt, Meredith, George,Â Grolier Academic Encylopedia, volume 13, pgs. 308-309, (USA, Grolier Int. ÃÂ© 1992) If you want to get a overflowing essay, order it on our website: OrderEssay.net!
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