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George Meredith

Life: 1828-1909

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The Adventures of Harry Richmond, [en] 1871

The Amazing Marriage, [en] 1895

Beauchamps Career, [en] 1875

The Case of General Ople and Lady Camper, [en] 1877

Celt and Saxon, [en] 1910

Diana of the Crossways, [en] 1885

The Egoist
A Comedy in Narrative, [en] 1897

The Entire Short Works of George Meredith, [en]

Essay on Comedy, Comic Spirit, [en]

Evan Harrington, [en] 1861

Farina, [en] 1857

The Gentleman of Fifty and the Damsel of Nineteen
An early uncompleted fragment., [en]

The House on the Beach, [en] 1877

Lord Ormont and his Aminta, [en] 1894

Miscellaneous Prose, [en]

One of Our Conquerors, [en] 1897

The Ordeal of Richard Feverel, [en] 1859

Poems of George Meredith, vol 1, [en]

Poems of George Meredith, vol 2, [en]

Poems of George Meredith, vol 3, [en]

A Reading of Life, and Other Poems, [en]

Rhoda Fleming, [en] 1865

Sandra Belloni, [en] 1887

The Sentimentalists
An Unfinished Comedy, [en]

The Shaving of Shagpat
An Arabian Entertainment, [en] 1856

The Tale of Chloe
An Episode in the History of Beau Beamish, [en] 1879

The Tragic Comedians, [en] 1880

Vittoria, [en] 1867

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