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  1. This faculty, however, by means impairs those instinctive processes of the imagination by which true artistic work is produced; George Eliot combining in an unusual degree the power of analysis with that happy gift of genius which enabled her to create such characters as Amos Barton, Hetty, Maggie, and Tom Godfrey Cass and Caleb Garth, which seem to come fresh from the mould of Nature itself. no subtlest Mrs. Poyser, Tulliver, - "George Eliot", Mathilde Blind.
  2. Among the figures which stand out most prominently from the crowded background are Dorothea, Rosamond Caleb, and Mary Garth. Lydgate, Casaubon, Vincy, Ladislaw, Bulstrode, - "George Eliot", Mathilde Blind.
  3. They were a part of his stock in trade, just as wooden animals were of Caleb toy- shop. Plummer's - "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions", Slason Thompson.