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Best known for her masterpieces Middlemarch and Silas Marner George Eliot 1819–1880 was both one of the most brilliant writers of her day and one of the most talked about Intellectual and independent she had the strength to defy polite society with her highly unorthodox private life which included various romances and regular encounters with the primarily male intelligentsia This insightful and provocative biography investigates Eliot’s life from her rural and religious upbringing through her tumultuous relationship with the philosopher George Henry Lewes to her quiet death from kidney failure As each of her major works are also investigated Jenny Uglow attempts to explain why her characters were never able to escape the bounds of social expectation as readily as Eliot did herself


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    From the ending “ She shows us a world where biological destiny patriarchal law and ingrained social assumptions seem to combine in a web of constraint where it may not be possible to reach all our goals and where people are separated from each other and divided within themselves But her daring lies in her acceptance of difficulty and doubt and her insistence that if we combine anger with humour and analysis with sympathy as she does in her writing both women and men can reach the higher ground and achieve a vantage point from which we can see clearly make choices and create our own futures in defiance of our vast uncertainties”In this biography I discovered the life and drive behind the striking empathy that comes across when reading Middlemarch empathy that infuses each character and plot turn and it didn’t surprise me to learn that this empathy was of primary importance to George Eliot Be aware that this is full of spoilers because of the many examples she gives from each novel so it might be a better read for someone at the end rather than the beginning of their George Eliot reading experienceI came away from this with even respect for this great novelist and appreciation for her intellectual and social curiosity as well as the life struggles that went into the making of her work