George Eliot was a renowned novelist from The United Kingdom, who was popular for writing historical fiction, literature fiction, and classic novels. The name is a pseudonym used by author Mary Anne Evans. In addition to be a noteworthy writer, Eliot also worked as a journalist, poet, and translator. During her career, she authored 7 novels, most of which are widely successful. Eliot’s novels are typically set in English provinces and are known for containing psychological insight and realism.
Books in order of publication:
|Scenes of Clerical Life||(1857)|
|The Mill on the Floss||(1860)|
|Felix Holt, the Radical||(1866)|
|The Darker Sex||(2009)|