Modern Love (poetry collection)
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George Meredith's Modern Love (1862) is a collection of 50 16-line sonnets about the failure of his first marriage. He reflects his own disillusionment after his wife Mary Ellen, the daughter of Thomas Love Peacock, left him for the painter Henry Wallis. It[clarification needed] is often thought of as one of the first psychological poems.
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