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George Eliot

Name at birth: Mary Ann (or Marian) EvansGeorge Eliot was the masculine pen name of the writer Mary Ann Evans, one of Victorian England's leading novelists. Her first stories appeared in Blackwood's?

Brewer's: George Eliot

The literary name of Marian Evans [Lewes], authoress of Adam Bede, Mill on the Floss, Felix Holt, etc. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894George GeithGeorge a?

Evans, Mary Ann

(Encyclopedia) Evans, Mary Ann or Marian: see Eliot, George.

Lewes, George Henry

(Encyclopedia) Lewes, George Henry lo?o?s, 1817?78, English critic and author. As editor of the Leader (1850?54) and of the Fortnightly Review (1865?66), Lewes distinguished himself as a critic.?


(Encyclopedia) Bedworth b?dw?rth, town (1991 pop. 41,991), Warwickshire, central England. Located in a former coal-mining region, it is a residential and industrial town in the district of Nuneaton?


(Encyclopedia) Highgate, residential area within Camden, Islington, and Haringey boroughs, London, England. The house where Francis Bacon died is in Highgate, and Herbert Spencer, George Eliot, and?

Eliot, George

(Encyclopedia) Eliot, George, pseud. of Mary Ann or Marian Evans, 1819?80, English novelist, b. Arbury, Warwickshire. One of the great English novelists, she was reared in a strict atmosphere of?

Brewer's: Eliot

(George). A nom de plume of Marian Evans (Mrs. Cross), author of Adam Bede, etc. (1820-1880). Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Eliott's TailorsEliminate A B?

Nuneaton and Bedworth

(Encyclopedia) Nuneaton and Bedworth n?n?t?n, district (1991 pop. 115,300), Warwickshire, central England. The district primarily comprises the city of Nuneaton and the town of Bedworth. The?


(Encyclopedia) pseudonym so?od?n?m [Gr.,=false name], name assumed, particularly by writers, to conceal identity. A writer's pseudonym is also referred to as a nom de plume (pen name). Famous?