Meredith saw Beauckamp’s Career as an attempt to break away from the novel ‘of the real story telling order’ of the 1860s, and he referred to it as a ‘monstrous innovation’ which, as he says in his letter to Conway, has ‘no powerful stream of adventure’ (1, 485).
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