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Beauchamp's Career by George Meredith

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Beauchamp's Career
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Publisher: Chapman & Hall
ISBN/ASIN: 1406595063
Number of pages: 969

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Beauchamp's Career (1875) is a novel by George Meredith which portrays life and love in upper-class Radical circles and satirises the Conservative establishment. Meredith himself was inclined to think it his best novel, and the character Renee de Croisnel was his favourite of his creations.

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