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Dale

Dale  

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1 Laetitia, a character in Meredith's The Egoist;2 Lily, the heroine of A. Trollope's novel The Small House at Allington, and an important character in The Last Chronicle of Barset.
Dubliners

Dubliners  

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A volume of short stories by Joyce, published in 1914. Focusing on life in Dublin, the stories follow a pattern of childhood, adolescence, maturity, and public life, culminating with the longest, ...
George Meredith

George Meredith  

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(1828–1909)Novelist. He had a precarious childhood in Portsmouth as the son of an impoverished, but flamboyant and extravagant, tailor who was widowed early—a background which Meredith was later at ...
James Joyce

James Joyce  

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(1882–1941),novelist, born at Rathgar, Dublin, educated at University College, Dublin, where Gogarty was a fellow student. Early influences included Gerhard Hauptmann, Dante, G. Moore, Ibsen, and ...
Leslie Stephen

Leslie Stephen  

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(1832–1904)English man of letters and first editor of the Dictionary of National Biography. Stephen's main philosophical work was his Science of Ethics (1882), an evolutionary ethics, but he also ...
Patterne, Sir Willoughby, Eleanor

Patterne, Sir Willoughby, Eleanor  

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Characters in Meredith's The Egoist.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man  

An autobiographical novel by J. Joyce, first published in the Egoist, 1914–15.It describes the development of Stephen Dedalus (who reappears in Ulysses in a slightly different incarnation) from his ...
T. S. Eliot

T. S. Eliot  

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(1888–1965)US-born British poet, critic, and playwright. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1948 and appointed to the OM the same year.Eliot was born in St Louis, Missouri, where he ...

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