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Becoming George Eliot (part 1): The progress of Mary Anne Evans

January 5, 2019 | By Jim Stovall | No Comments | Filed in: books, fiction, Women writers and journalists, writers, writing.

Mary Anne Evans was one of the sharpest and most wide-ranging minds of the 1800s in London’s ground-breaking intellectual ferment of the mid-century. She mixed with the most radical and forwarding thinkers of the day and was the driving force behind the resurgence of the Westminster Review between late 1851 and 1853. Her title was assistant • Read More »

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