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Middlemarch: A Study of Provinicial Life

Hardback, 01/09/1991, £16.99
A tale of quiet lives in an early 19th-century English provincial town which engages the reader at every level, from the author's chronicle of everyday details to the most exacting philosophical and moral reflection.

Adam Bede

Paperback, 08/05/2008, £8.99
Pretty Hetty Sorrel is loved by the village carpenter Adam Bede, but her head is turned by the attentions of the fickle young squire. His dalliance with the dairymaid affects the lives of many in their small rural community. This new edition of Eliot's pioneering classic of social realism uses the definitive Clarendon text.

Daniel Deronda 2ed

Paperback, 10/07/2014, £8.99
Daniel Deronda, George Eliot's last great novel, charts the intertwined lives of spirited Gwendolen Harleth and the idealistic Deronda. Both are damaged by their pasts, and alienated from the society around them, in a story set against the backdrop of economic crisis, political uncertainty, and proto-Zionism.

Road To Middlemarch : My Life With George Eliot

Paperback, 09/10/2014, £9.99
A celebration of George Eliot's life, work and greatest novel, exploring through a mixture of literary biography, deep reading and personal memoir how Middlemarch answers fundamental questions about life and love

Lifted Veil and Brother Jacob

Paperback, 26/02/2009, £7.99
The Lifted Veil (1859) is now one of the most widely read and critically discussed of Eliot's works.

Felix Holt: The Radical

Paperback, 25/05/1995, £10.99
When the young Harold Transome returns to England with a self-made fortune, he scandalizes the town of Treby Magna with his decision to stand for Parliament as a Radical. But, after the idealistic Felix Holt also returns to the town, the difference between Harold's opportunistic values and Holt's profound beliefs becomes apparent.

Scenes of Clerical Life 2ed

Paperback, 10/09/2015, £9.99
Scenes of Clerical Life consists of three short novellas in which the lives of ordinary men and women in a provincial Midlands town are portrayed with tender sympathy and understanding. Eliot brought a new level of literary realism to her tales of Amos Barton, Mr Gilfil, and Janet Dempster in her first published work of fiction.