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Georgeeliot
Georgeeliot

George Eliot by Robert Tudor Jones 1971 HBDJ

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Nonfiction

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Condition:

Fair

Format:

Hardcover

Publication Year:

1970

Category:

Biography & Memoir

Author:

Robert Tudor Jones

Edition Description:

Ex-Library

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press

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Acceptable

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Item number:

3498177

Item description

GEORGE ELIOT By Robert Tudor Jones Senior Lecturer in English University of York Ex-Library. Copyright: 1970 by Cambridge University Press. Standard Book Number: 521 09613 8 . Printed in Great Britain. 116 Pages. Book Boards are in Good condition with some very light edge wear does have the dustjacket flaps glued on the inside of the boards. Has library page several library stamps markings. Pages are Clean Tight. Dustjacket is in Fair condition with some edge shelf wear, library sticker stain on the spine. From the Flyleaf....... Mr. Jones treats the main novels in chronological sequence examining with the aid of extensive quotation George Eliot's means of description and characterization and the moral purpose of her fiction. He emphasizes her appeal to the inner life of her readers, as exemplified in her frequent us such phrases as 'Have we not all...' George Eliot assumes that no human act or emotion is entirely unconnected with what we have all done or felt at some time. her sympathy with human weakness often carries her to the point where she has difficulty in reconciling her tolerance with her moral purpose. This book gives a useful introduction to George Eliot's novels. The author assesses his subject simply and clearly, using as a basis the internal evidence of the novels themselves rather than biographical detail. Multiple orders .50 Per Book for combined shipping costs.
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