Date of Award
Master of Arts (M.A.)
Marie L. Bruniman [?]
"If a man's work is to be of value the best of him must be in it," wrote George Meredith to Mrs. J. B. Gilman of Concord, Massachusetts. To this credo he subscribed during this long career as a writer. The rare gifts of a richly endowed nature he brought to his work, for he was a philosopher, a poet, a humorist, and a subtle psychologist. The characters he created in his novels add much to his merit as a writer and it is with the delineation of certain of these characters and their prototypes in actual life, that I propose to deal.
Herseth, Esther N.. (1938). Prototypes of Meredithian characters. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/980
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