George Eliot

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George Eliot

GEORGE ELIOT

Geroge Eliot is the pseudonym used by the british writer Mary Anne Evans. She was the youngest saughter of Robert Evans and Christiana Pearson Evans, she was named the same as two of her aunts.

She studied on the local school of Nuneaton and and later in the boarding school of Coventry. A formation rarely given to the women back then.

Some of her most importants works are: Middlemarch, The Mill on the Floss, Silas Marnes and Daniel Deronda.

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He had travelled in his younger years, and was held in this part of the county to have contracted a too rambling habit of mind. Mr. Brooke’s conclusions were as difficult to predict as the weather: it was only safe to say that he would act with benevolent intentions, and that he would spend as little money as possible in carrying themout. -MIDDLEMARCH

Victorian Era

Birth & Death

George Elliot was born on November 22, 1819 in Noneaton, Warwickshire. She died on December 22, 1880 on Chelsea, Londres.

The majority of the novels of the Victorian Era were long and prolix, with an intrincate language, but the most important thing was it verisimilitud. (it was the nearby representation to the real society).

Geroge Eliot is the pseudonym used by the british writer Mary Anne Evans. She was the youngest saughter of Robert Evans and Christiana Pearson Evans, she was named the same as two of her aunts.


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