A woman who is not quite a fool will forgive your being but a man, if you are surely that.
‘But do care a bit for flattery, my lady,’ said De Craye. ‘’Tis the finest of the Arts; we might call it moral sculpture. Adepts in it can cut their friends to any shape they like.’
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|Birth:||12th February, 1828|
|Death:||18th May, 1909|
George Meredith was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. He was an English novelist and poet. He wrote several novels include: The Shaving of Shagpat, The Ordeal of Richard Feverel, Farina, Vittoria, Evan Harrington, The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Beauchamp's Career, The House on the Beach, The Tale of Chloe, The Egoist, Diana of the Crossways, One of our Conquerors, The Amazing Marriage, Rhonda Fleming, Celt and Saxon, The Tragic Comedians, and Emilia in England. He wrote several poetry books include: Modern Love, A Faith on Trial, Ballads and Poems of Tragic Life, The Empty Purse, A Reading of Earth, A Reading of Life, Lucifer in Starlight, and Dirge in Woods.
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