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  1. Selections autobiographical and imaginative from the works of George Gissing, by George Gissing, 1929
  2. George Gissing: A Study in Literary Learnings by Oswald Harcourt Davis, 1974-12
  3. Forster's Life of Dickens: Abridged and Rev. By George Gissing [ 1903 ] by John Forster, 2009-08-10
  4. George Gissing: The Critical Heritage (The Collected Critical Heritage : Later 19th Century Novelists)
  5. George Gissing: A Critical Biography by Jacob Korg, 1980-08
  6. George Gissing, Lost Stories from America: Five Signed Stories Never Before Reprinted, a Sixth Signed Story, and Seven Recent Attributions by Robert L. Selig, 1992-05-01
  7. Forster's Life of Dickens, abridged and rev. by George Gissing by John Forster, George Gissing, 2010-09-04
  8. Recollections of George Gissing (Enitharmon Press Gissing series ; 3) by Henry Hick, 1973-05
  9. The letters of George Gissing to Gabrielle Fleury, by George Gissing, 1964
  10. George Gissing's American Notebook: Notes - G.R.G. - 1877 by George Gissing, Bouwe Postmus, 1993-02
  11. George Gissing: A Bibliography by Michael Collie, 1976-01
  12. German Elements in the Fiction of George Eliot, Gissing, and Meredith (Sanctuaries of the Gallic-Frankish Church) by Gisela Argyle, 1979-01
  13. The rediscovery of George Gissing: [an exhibition at the National Book League, 23 June to 7 July, 1971]: a reader's guide, by John Spiers, 1971
  14. George Gissing, the Working Woman, And Urban Culture by Emma Liggins, 2006-04

41. The Odd Women By George Gissing - Project Gutenberg
Etext of the 1893 book from Project Gutenberg.
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Author Gissing, George, 1857-1903 Title The Odd Women Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject London (England) Fiction Subject Psychological fiction Subject Sisters Fiction Subject Single women Fiction Subject Domestic fiction Subject English fiction 19th century Subject Women England Fiction Subject Women Employment Fiction Subject Middle class women Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Aug 1, 2003 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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42. Gissing, George - Literature Network Forums
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43. New Grub Street By George Gissing - Project Gutenberg
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Author Gissing, George, 1857-1903 Title New Grub Street Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Authors Fiction Subject London (England) Fiction Subject Psychological fiction Subject Journalists Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Apr 1, 1999 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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44. The Private Papers Of Henry Ryecroft By George Gissing - Project Gutenberg
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Author Gissing, George, 1857-1903 Title The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft Note An author at grass,from Fortnightly review, 1902-03 Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature LoC Class PN: Language and Literatures: Literature: General, Criticism, Collections Subject Ryecroft, Henry Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Sep 1, 1998 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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45. Bookfinder.US: Gissing George
New Grub Street George Gissing 0140430326 Sept 1976 Paperback Review?The most impressive of Gissing?s books . . . England has produced very few better novelists.? ?
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?The most impressive of Gissing?s books . . . England has produced very few better novelists.? ? George Orwell This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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A semi-autobiographical novel about a group of novelists and journalists striving to earn a living while dealing with poverty, stress and marital problems. This is considered to be Gissings finest book. Eleven 90-minute cassettes. This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.
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Robert L. Selig January 1995 Hardcover Book Description Series Editors: Kinley E. Roby, Northeastern University; Herbert Sussman, Northeastern University; Joseph Bartolomeo, University of Massachusetts; George Economou, University of Oklahoma; Arthur F. Kinney, University of Massachusetts Twayne's United States Authors, English Authors, and World Authors Series present concise critical introductions to great writers and their works. Devoted to critical interpretation and discussion of an author's work, each study takes account of major literary trends and important scholarly contributions and provides new critical insights with an original point of view. An Authors Series volume addresses readers ranging from advanced high school students to university professors. The book suggests to the informed reader new ways of considering a writer's work. A reader new to the work...

46. Gissing In Cyberspace: George Robert Gissing (1857-1903): MbVO
An extensive resource on the author, with biographical, historical and bibliographical information, as well as links to online texts and related resources.
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of The Gissing Newsletter and The Gissing Journal Works The Gissing Trust DLB (Jacob Korg) Bibliography ... Others Gissing Site Search The Complete Works of George Gissing on Charles Dickens Grayswood Press It is because nations tend to stupidity and baseness that mankind moves so slowly; it is because individuals have a capacity for better things that it moves at all. ( The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft , I, 16) Strange how . . . I am possessed with the idea I shall not live much longer. Not a personal thought but is coloured by this conviction. I never look forward more than a year or two at the utmost, it is the habit of my mind, in utter sincerity, to expect no longer tenure of life than that. I don't know how this has come about; perhaps my absolute loneliness has something to do with it. Then I am haunted by the idea that I am consumptive; I never cough without putting a finger to my tongue, to see if there is a sign of blood. (George Gissing, Diary , June 1888)
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47. Gissing, George.: New Grub Street. V1, 17 Jan 2008 - MobileRead Forums
Gissing, George. New Grub Street. v1, 17 Jan 2008 IMP Books
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48. Gissing, George (Robert) Definition Of Gissing, George (Robert) In The Free Onli
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49. Gissing, George (Robert) - Women, Single, And Book
(British, 1857–1903) George Gissing was born in Wakefield, Yorkshire, and educated at Owen's College, Manchester. He was imprisoned for stealing money to assist a prostitute whom
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SUMMARY A novel of social realism, The Odd Women reflects the major sexual and cultural issues of the late nineteenth century. Unlike the "New Woman" novels of the era which challenged the idea that the unmarried woman was superfluous, Gissing satirizes that image and portrays women as "odd" and marginal in relation to an ideal. Set in a grimy, fog-ridden London, Gissing's "odd" women range from the idealistic, financially self-sufficient Mary Barfoot to the Madden sisters who struggle to subsist in low paying jobs and little chance for joy. With narrative detachment, Gissing portrays contemporary society's blatant ambivalence towards its own period of transition. Judged by contemporary critics to be as provocative as Zola and Ibsen, Gissing produced an "intensely modern" work as the issues it raises remain the subject of contemporary debate.

53. Short Fiction Gissing, George, Et. Al.: Victorian Short Stories Of Troubled Marr
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54. Gissing, George Robert Quote - Honest Winter, Snow Clad And With The Frosted Bea
Famous quote by Gissing, George Robert Honest winter, snow clad and with the frosted beard, I can welcome not uncordially; but that long deferment of the calendar's promise
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57. George Gissing (Gissing, George, 1857-1903) | The Online Books Page
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58. George Gissing (English Novelist) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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  • Article Additional Reading Supplemental Information ARTICLE from the George Gissing in full George Robert Gissing middle class New Grub Street (1891) and The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft (1903). In his last years Gissing established a happy relationship with a Frenchwoman, Gabrielle Fleury, with whom he lived. Before he was 21 he conceived the ambition of writing a long series of novels, somewhat in the manner of Balzac, whom he admired. The first of these

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