George Eliot's Works
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Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding
The Harper's Library edition of the works and novels of George Eliot, dated from Jisc. Six volumes in uniform publisher's cloth bindings.
George Eliot, pen name for Mary Ann Evans, was an English novelist and poet among other things. She wrote under pen name to escape the stereotype of women only writing romances, and became one of the leading authors during the Victorian era. Her writing is appreciated for her realism, countryside life depictions, and psychological insights.
The present collection is comprised of the following: Poems, together with Brother Jacob and The Lifted Veil; The Mill on the Floss; Felix Holt; Romola; Adam Bede; Clerical Life with Silas Marner. Novels feature a frontispiece and additional illustrated title page as well as black and white plates.
In the original publisher's uniform full cloth bindings. Externally very smart with minor shelf wear, spine and extremities slightly bumped. Internally, generally firmly bound, frontispiece of 'The Mill on the Floss' may detach with further handling. Light spotting to the fore edge of 'Adam Bede,' otherwise pages clean with some age toning, as usual. Novels feature frontispiece and additional illustrated title page and other plates in black and white.
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