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George Eliot (1819–1880)

Eliot, George, pseudonym of Mary Ann Evans. A great English novelist; born at Arbury Farm, Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire, Nov. 22, 1819; died in London, Dec. 22, 1880. Her publications are: ‘Strauss’s Life of Jesus’ (anon.: 1846); ‘Ludwig Feuerbach’s Essence of Christianity, by Marian Evans’ (1854); ‘Scenes of Clerical Life’ (1858); ‘Adam Bede’ (1859); ‘The Mill on the Floss’ (1860); ‘Silas Marner’ (1861); ‘Romola’ (1863; previously in the Cornhill, July 1862 to August 1863); ‘Felix Holt’ (1866); ‘The Spanish Gypsy’ (1868); ‘Agatha,’ a poem (1869); ‘Middlemarch’ (1872; in parts, December 1871, to December 1872); ‘Jubal and Other Poems’; ‘Daniel Deronda’ (1876); ‘Impressions of Theophrastus Such’ (1879). Two short stories, ‘The Lifted Veil’ and ‘Brother Jacob,’ appeared in Blackwood in 1860; and ‘Leaves from a Note Book’ (1884). The ‘Life of George Eliot’ was published by her husband in 1884. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).