6 edition of The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans found in the catalog.
by Cornell University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
Get this from a library! The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans: George Eliot, Her Letters and Fiction. [Rosemarie Bodenheimer] -- Bodenheimer defines the personal paradoxes that helped to shape Eliot's fictional characters and narrative style. Bodenheimer revisits pivotal episodes in Mary Ann Evans's life and career, including. George Eliot - George Eliot - Major works: At Weimar and Berlin she wrote some of her best essays for The Westminster and translated Spinoza’s Ethics (published in ), while Lewes worked on his groundbreaking life of Goethe. By his pen alone he had to support his three surviving sons at school in Switzerland as well as Agnes, whom he gave £ a year, which was continued until her death.
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George Eliot (–) was a famous English novelist living in Victorian times. Her real name was Mary Ann Evans but she chose a male pen name for her writing. At the time, female authors were known for lightweight romantic novels, but Mary Ann wanted her work to be taken seriously. Find out more about this determined lady and the legacy of literature she left behind in our short biography. George Eliot Biography Mary Ann (or Marian) Evans was born in Warwickshire in , the youngest child of Robert and Christina Evans. She was deeply religious during her childhood and adolescence, a trait she developed partially from her family background and partially under the influence of Miss Lewis, the "principal governess" of a boarding school which Mary Ann attended from to
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Bodenheimer defines the The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans book paradoxes that helped to /5. The novel is just what life can be like away from the fast lanes and crossroads in the American South, it all about the “the piece of pie” that someone wants to get but it is not reserved for taking.
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The title of THE REAL LIFE OF MARY ANN EVANS: GEORGE ELIOT, HER LETTERS AND HER FICTION is a reference to Vladimir Nabakov’s novel THE REAL LIFE OF SEBASTIAN KNIGHT.
The reference is fair. Real Life of Mary Ann Evans: George Eliot, Her Letters and Fiction, Paperback by Bodenheimer, Rosemarie, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Analyzes the life of George Eliot through her writings, and argues that Eliot reworked her life through the process of self-representation/5(12).
Bodenheimer defines the personal paradoxes that helped to shape Eliot's fictional characters and narrative style. Bodenheimer revisits pivotal episodes in Mary Ann Evans's life and career, including the "Holy War" through which she asserted her youthful religious skepticism; her decision to elope with the married writer George Henry Lewes; and her marriage with John Cross after Lewes's death.
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In Mary Ann Evans moved to London hoping to become a freelance writer. She worked as a subeditor at The Westminster Review, wrote essays, and translated German. In she published her first novel under the pen name George Eliot.
Her first long novel, Adam Bede (), went through eight printings in a year. Buy The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans: George Eliot, Her Letters and Fiction (Reading Women Writing) New Ed by Rosemarie Bodenheimer (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.3/5(1). The English novelist George Eliot, who used a pen name because of the prevailing sexism of the 19th century — her real name was Mary Ann Evans — once wrote that “there is no private life. George Eliot >George Eliot was the pen name used by the English novelist Mary Ann Evans >(), one of the most important writers of European fiction.
Her >masterpiece, Middlemarch, is not only a major social document but also one >of the greatest novels in the history of fiction. Mary Anna's work has won the Florida Historical Society's Patrick D. Smith Florida Literature Award, the Benjamin Franklin Award, the Mississippi Author Award, and three Florida Book Awards Bronze Medals.
She is an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma, 4/5. Learn about George Eliot one of the leading female English novelists of the 19th century. Discover why she used the pen name Mary Ann Evan to write her novels, including 'Middlemarch'.
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She uses a selection of town couples and their families as catalysts for town drama and advancements. Hi all, my name is Jo and I have been priviledged enough to work for Mary Ann for over 5 years now. Caring for people is my life and gives me the opportunity to make a real difference to someone’s life in a wonderful and rewarding way.
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