By Ian Fletcher
There is not any English novelist whose recognition has fluctuated so violently as that of George Meredith. First released in 1971, this quantity of essays reassesses the works of George Meredith. regardless of his unevenness, the essays show that Meredith was once a huge experimental author and as one of many masters of the English novel.
This e-book should be of curiosity to these learning 19th Century literature.
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