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George Eliot Complete Works World's Best Collection This is the world’s best George Eliot collection, including the most complete set of Eliot’s works available plus many free bonus materials. George Eliot Mary Anne (alternatively Mary Ann or Marian) Evans (22 November 1819 – 22 December 1880), known by her pen name George Eliot (as was the convention of the time) was an English novelist, journalist, and translator and one of the leading writers of the Victorian era The ‘Must-Have’ Complete Collection In this irresistible collection you get all of George Eliot’s work, with All her books, All her novels, and All her rare poems. This collection also in includes a biography so you can experience the life of the woman behind the words. Plus this collection also includes bonus materials. Works Included: Novels Silas Marner The Weaver Of Raveloe Middlemarch The Mill On The Floss Impressions Of Theophrastus Such The Lifted Veil Romola Scenes Of Clerical Life Felix Holt, The Radical Daniel Deronda Brother Jacob Adam Bede The Poetry Of George Eliot Inlcuding: How Anna Loved The King O May I Join The Choir Invisibile All The Essays Of George Eliot Your Free Special Bonuses Ethics Of George Eliot’s Work By John Crombie Brown George Eliot: A Critical Study Of Her Life, Writings And Philosophy by George Willis Cooke Historical Context and Literary Context Notes - Detailed explanations of the Victorian Era and Victorian Literature written specially for this collection. Get This Collection Right Now This is the best George Eliot collection you can get, so get it now and start enjoying and being inspired by her world like never before!Show book
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