George Meredith was a Victorian novelist, poet and journalist, famous for such works as Modern Love and Diana. He began writing under the influnece of John Keats and Lord Tennyson; most of his poems were inspired by nature. Although Meredith's early works count as classic examples of Vicrtorian literature, his later novels concentrate on the psychology of a character and modern-day issues. In the twilight of his career George Meredith became one of England's most important literary men. First published in 1910, Meredith's novel Celt and Saxon is a fascinating story of a young Irishman, the son of the big O'Donnels clan, travelling to North Wales (much against his nature) to stay there, hunt for a wife and, of course, face a number of difficulties. Will he be able to overcome them and realize his plans?A classic example of George Meredith's lively and undeniably pleasant style, this book is a real treasure. Do you want to dive deep into the Welsh culture, be carried away by the exciting events of Celt and Saxon? Then download the book and enjoy the reading!