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  1. The Lifted Veil by George Eliot, 2010-07-24
  2. Brother Jacob by George Eliot, 2009-07-01
  3. Four Novels of George Eliot (Wordsworth Special Editions) by George Eliot, 2005-09-05
  4. The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot, 2008-01-01
  5. George Eliot in Love by Brenda Maddox, 2010-09-28
  6. George Eliot by Jenny Uglow, 2009-01-01
  7. Middlemarch by George Eliot, 2006-12-01
  8. Daniel Deronda (Oxford World's Classics) by George Eliot, 2009-04-15
  9. Middlemarch (Oxford World's Classics) by George Eliot, 2008-09-01
  10. Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe by George Eliot, 2010-02-22
  11. George Eliot and the Politics of National Inheritance by Bernard Semmel, 1994-03-31
  12. Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe (Oxford World's Classics) by George Eliot, 2009-03-01
  13. The Cambridge Companion to George Eliot (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  14. Selected Essays, Poems, and Other Writings (Penguin Classics) by George Eliot, 1991-03-05

1. George Eliot (1819-1880) British English Writer.
(18191880) British writer. Pseudonym for Mary Ann Evans. The scope of George Eliot's writing is considerable from Scenes of Clerical Life to Daniel Deronda.
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  • (1819-1880) British writer. Pseudonym for Mary Ann Evans. The scope of George Eliot's writing is considerable from Scenes of Clerical Life to Daniel Deronda
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    George Eliot - A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature
    Read about George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans), from "A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature."
    George Eliot - Books About George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans)
    George Eliot was one of the most important novelists of her time, famous for "Middlemarch," "The Mill on the Floss," and "Silas Marner." Read more about this unforgettable Victorian novelist and poet, George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans).
    George Eliot Quotes
    George Eliot was born Mary Ann Evans, but she used "George Eliot" for her freelance works, novels, and poetry. Some of her most well-known works include: "Middlemarch," "The Mill on the Floss," and "Silas Marner." Read more about the quotes of George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans).
    George Eliot: A Brief Chronology
    George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) was born on November 22, 1819, in Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Eliot is famous for works like "Middlemarch" (1871-72), "The Mill on the Floss" (1860), and "Silas Marner" (1861).

    2. BBC - History - Historic Figures: George Eliot (1819-1880)
    19th century female author George Eliot George Eliot was the pen name of Mary Ann Evans, one of the leading English novelists of the 19th century.
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    George Eliot (1819-1880)
    George Eliot   George Eliot was the pen name of Mary Ann Evans, one of the leading English novelists of the 19th century. Her novels, most famously 'Middlemarch', are celebrated for their realism and psychological insights. George Eliot was born on 22 November 1819 in rural Warwickshire. When her mother died in 1836, Eliot left school to help run her father's household. In 1841, she moved with her father to Coventry and lived with him until his death in 1849. Eliot then travelled in Europe, eventually settling in London. In 1850, Eliot began contributing to the 'Westminster Review', a leading journal for philosophical radicals, and later became its editor. She was now at the centre of a literary circle through which she met George Henry Lewes, with whom she lived until his death in 1878. Lewes was married and their relationship caused a scandal. Eliot was shunned by friends and family.

    3. George Eliot
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    George Eliot (1819-1880) - pseudonym for Mary Ann Cross, also Marian Evans, original surname Evans Victorian writer, a humane freethinker, whose insightful psychological novels paved way to modern character portrayals - contemporary of Dostoevsky (1821-1881), who at the same time in Russia developed similar narrative techniques. Eliot's liaison with the married writer and editor George Henry Lewes arise among the rigid Victorians much indignation, which calmed down with the progress of her literary fame. "Marriage, which has been the bourne of so many narratives, is still a great beginning, as it was to Adam and Eve, who kept their honeymoon in Eden, but had their first little one among the thorns and thistles of the wilderness. It is still the beginning of the home epic - the gradual conquest or irremediable loss of that complete union which makes the advancing years as a climax, and age the harvest of sweet memories in common." (from Middlemarch Mary Ann Evans (George Eliot) was born in Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire. Her father was a carpenter who rose to be a land agent. When she was a few months old, the family moved to Griff, a 'cheerful red-brick, ivory-covered house', and there Eliot spent 21 years of his life among people that he later depicted in her novels. She was educated at home and in several schools, and developed a strong evangelical piety at Mrs. Wallington's School at Neneaton. However, later Eliot rejected her dogmatic faith. When her mother died in 1836, she took charge of the family household. In 1841 she moved with her father to Coventry, where she lived with him until his death in 1849. During this time she met Charles Bray, a free-thinking Coventry manufacturer. His wife, Caroline (Cara) was the sister of Charles Hennel, the author of a work entitled

    4. A Chronological List By Date Of Publication Of George Eliot S Novels, Short Stor
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    Adam Bede.
    Felix Holt, The Radical.

    1868 The Spanish Gypsy.

    1876 Daniel Deronda.
    1869 Agatha. (Later included in The Legend of Jubal and Other Poems. 1874.)
    1869 Brother and Sister.
    1869 How Lisa Loved the King.
    1870 The Legend of Jubal.
    1871 Armgart. 1874 Arion. 1874 A Minor Prophet. 1874 Stradivarius. 1878 A College Breakfast Party. (Reprinted in The Legend of Jubal and Other Poems. 2nd edition. 1879.) 1879 The Death of Moses. 1879 Impressions of Theophrastus Such. 1919 Early Essays. (Dating from the period of about 1846. Three essays only included in the Dictionary.)

    5. George Eliot - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Eliot, George Short description English novelist Date of birth 22 November 1819 (181911-22) Place of birth South Farm, Arbury, near Nuneaton Date of death
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    Aged 30 by the Swiss artist Alexandre Louis François d'Albert Durade (1804–86) Born Mary Anne Evans
    22 November 1819
    South Farm, Arbury Hall Nuneaton Warwickshire , England Died 22 December 1880
    4 Cheyne Walk
    Chelsea, London , England Resting place Highgate Cemetery (East), Highgate , London Pen name George Eliot Occupation Novelist Period Victorian Notable work(s) The Mill on the Floss Silas Marner Middlemarch Daniel Deronda Spouse(s) John Cross (m. 1880) Partner(s) George Henry Lewes (lived together 1854–1878) Relative(s) Robert Evans and Christiana Pearson (parents); Christiana, Isaac, Robert, and Fanny (siblings) Influences Miguel de Cervantes Honoré de Balzac Charlotte Brontë Jane Austen Influenced Marcel Proust Thomas Mann Virginia Woolf Margaret Atwood ... Martin Amis Mary Anne (Mary Ann, Marian) Evans (22 November 1819 – 22 December 1880), better known by her pen name George Eliot , was an English novelist, journalist and translator, and one of the leading writers of the Victorian era . She is the author of seven novels, including

    6. George Eliot
    Professor Mitsuharu Matsuoka s site with pictures and links to complete texts of Eliot s works.
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    The idea of God, so far as it has been a high spiritual influence, is the ideal of a goodness entirely human. (Letter to the Hon. Mrs H. F. Ponsonby, 10 December 1874) We do not expect people to be deeply moved by what is not unusual. That element of tragedy which lies in the very fact of frequency, has not yet wrought itself into the coarse emotion of mankind; and perhaps our frames could hardly bear much of it. ( Middlemarch bk. 2, ch. 20)

    7. Eliot, George - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Eliot, George
    English novelist. Her works include the pastoral Adam Bede (1859); The Mill on the Floss (1860), with its autobiographical elements; Silas Marner (1861), containing elements of the, George

    8. George Eliot @ Classic Reader
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    9. Life Is Quotes ~ Eliot George
    It’s but little good you’ll do awatering the last year’s crops. Adam Bede

    10. Eliot George: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Library
    Research Eliot George and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the online library.

    11. Eliot, George - Culture
    Definition of Eliot, George from The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy.

    12. Not That Dull
    Brief review of The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans George Eliot, Her Letters and Fiction .
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    Her life and works were often controversial, but the personal letters of the 19th-century English novelist known as George Eliot were often viewed as disappointingly dull, says Prof. Rosemarie Bodenheimer (English). Bodenheimer, however, was so fascinated by them she wrote a biography of Mary Ann Evans, the woman behind the male pseudonym. "The care with which Eliot constructed her self-representations has led many readers to reject her correspondence as inexpressive," said Bodenheimer. "But it seemed clear to me that there was a war going on within her as she tried to compose her emotions and I had to explore that battle." The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans: George Eliot, Her Letters and Fiction is the first book to demonstrate how the tensions in Evans' life fueled her writing career, according to Bodenheimer. Eliot's novels, Bodenheimer says, resonate with the struggle of being both ambitious and female in Victorian culture. By reading her letters alongside her novels, stories and poems, Bodenheimer found she was able to define the personal paradoxes that helped shape Eliot's fictional characters and narrative style. "Much writing on Eliot talks about her as an intellectual, as someone who had ideas - and she was that - but I'm talking about her as someone whose ideas were also part of an emotional economy and inseparable from it," said Bodenheimer. "I've offered a look at the way her mind actually worked, rather than at her abstract ideas."

    13. Eliot, George - Definition Of Eliot, George By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesa
    Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. George Eliot British writer of novels characterized by realistic analysis of provincial Victorian society (1819-1880), George

    14. George Eliot: An Overview
    Essays on Eliot s technique and Victorian background. From the Victorian Web.
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    15. Eliot, George - Astro-Databank, George Eliot Horoscope, Born 22 November 1819 In
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of George Eliot born on 22 November 1819 Nuneaton, England,_George
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    British writer, given the name George Eliot by her lover, writer George Henry Lewes inasmuch as a woman writer would not have been given any credence. One of the most intellectually rigorous writers of the 19th century, her books include the classics "The Mill on the Floss", "Silas Marner" and "Middlemarch," 1871, considered her masterpiece. The fifth child of an ambitious farmer, Eliot was considered intelligent and gifted, though remarkably unattractive. She was brought up in a constricting conventional religious atmosphere. After her mom died in 1836, she cared for her beloved dad until his death. At the age of 22 she declared herself an atheist. which had alienated her from her father. She moved to London to work where she learned editorial work as an assistant on the Westminster Review; her first book was published in 1860, when she was 40. Though she longed to settle down with an understanding husband and start a family, Eliot was thwarted by her growing notoriety as well by a difficult and high-strung personality prone to depression. She settled for a series of love affairs with married men who were attracted to her vast intelligence. In 1851, while working as a journalist, she met her match, the married writer George Henry Lewes. Three years later they began to openly live together, an act which severed for good any chance Eliot might have of being accepted into Victorian society. With Lewes, however, she found the kind of peace that allowed her to produce her novels. As he was a preeminent writer, people overlooked the unconventional status of his living arrangement in order to meet him, and enlarged her social and intellectual milieu.

    16. George Eliot
    Eigner, Edwin M. Review of three scholarly works on George Eliot George Eliot by Rosemary Ashton; George Eliot and NineteenthCentury Science The Make-Believe of a Beginning by

    17. George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans) Biography Pictures Portrait Books Online Forum
    Silas Marner, Adam Bede and Middlemarch, with references cross-linked to the Encyclopedia of the Self.

    18. George Eliot - Biography And Works
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    George Eliot [pseudonym of Mary Anne or Marian Evans] (1819-1880) , English author wrote The Mill on the Floss "How can you talk so, Mr. Tulliver? She's too big a gellgone nine, and tall of her ageto have her hair cut short; an' there's her cousin Lucy's got a row o' curls round her head, an' not a hair out o' place. It seems hard as my sister Deane should have that pretty child; I'm sure Lucy takes more after me nor my own child does. Maggie, Maggie," continued the mother, in a tone of half-coaxing fretfulness, as this small mistake of nature entered the room, "where's the use o' my telling you to keep away from the water? You'll tumble in and be drownded some day, an' then you'll be sorry you didn't do as mother told you." Maggie's hair, as she threw off her bonnet, painfully confirmed her mother's accusation. Mrs. Tulliver, desiring her daughter to have a curled crop, "like other folks's children," had had it cut too short in front to be pushed behind the ears; and as it was usually straight an hour after it had been taken out of paper, Maggie was incessantly tossing her head to keep the dark, heavy locks out of her gleaming black eyes,an action which gave her very much the air of a small Shetland pony.Book 1, ch. 2

    19. Eliot, George: The Oxford Companion To English Literature
    Eliot, George The Oxford Companion to English Literature Eliot, George ( Mary Ann , later Marian, Evans ) ( 1819 – 80 ), the youngest surviving child of Robert Evans

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