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George Eliot was born Mary Ann Evans on 22nd November 1819 in Warwickshire, England. She had a religious education and led a pious and devout life until she was 22 when her views were tempered and she became agnostic. After nursing her father until his death she translated a couple of religious works before writing Adam Bede which was such a success that her real identity could no longer e hidden. The consolation was that it did bring financial security. The Mill on the Floss was an even greater triumph selling 6,000 copies in the first 2 months. Middle march secured her position as one of England's greatest writers, indeed with the death of Dickens in 1870 she was regarded as the country's greatest living author before she herself died in December 1880 
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Title Publisher Date
Adam Bede
3 Volumes
Blackwood 1859
The Mill on the Floss
3 Volumes
Blackwood 1860
Silas Marner Blackwood 1861
Romola
3 Volumes
Elder 1863
Felix Holt the Radical
3 Volumes
Blackwood 1866
Middlemarch
Issued originally in 8 parts - Dec 1871 to Dec 1872
Parts bound together in 4 volumes
Blackwood 1871-72
Daniel Deronda
Issued originally in 8 parts - Feb - Sept 1876
Parts bound together in 4 volumes
Blackwood 1876

Other Titles by George Eliot
 
Title Publisher Date
The Life of Jesus
3 Volumes - Translation
Chapman 1846
Scenes of Clerical Life
2 Volumes
Blackwood 1858
The Spanish Gypsy
Poetry
Blackwood 1868
The Legend of Jubal
Poetry
Blackwood 1874
The Lifted Veil and Brother Jacob
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Tauchnitz 1878
Impressions of Theophrastus Such
Essays
Blackwood 1879
Essays and Leaves from a Notebook
2 Volumes
Blackwood 1884
Life as Related in Her Letters and Journals
3 Volumes edited by her husband JW Cross
Blackwood 1885

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