George Meredith (1828 -1909) was an English novelist and poet
during the Victorian era. In The Bascombe Valley Mystery, Sir
Arthur Conan Doyle paid him homage when Holmes says to Watson: "And
now let us talk about George Meredith, if you please, and we shall
leave all minor matters until to-morrow." His Italian romance,
Vittoria, introduces "peasants, citizens, and soldiers who are not
simply correct, but vital; every figure in 'Vittoria' throbs with
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