Woman of Contradictions: The Life of George Eliot
In Victorian England, Mary Ann Evans was everything she wasn't supposed to be. Writing under the name of George Eliot, Evans rapidly ascended into London's highest literary circles--and into infamous romantic involvements. 32 photographs.
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Neither Use Nor Ornament 18361841
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