Daniel Deronda

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A CHRONOLOGY OF GEORGE ELIOT
1819 22 Nov. Born Mary Anne Evans at Arbury, Warwickshire
1825-7 At Miss Lathom's School, Attleborough
1828-32 At Mrs Wallington's School, Nuneaton
1832-5 At the Miss Franklins' School, Coventry
1836 3 Feb. Her mother Mrs Robert Evans dies
1841 Mar. Moves with her father to Foleshill, Coventry
1842 Jan.-May Refuses to go to Church
1844-6 Translates Strauss Life of Jesus, 3 vols.
1849 Father dies; GE spends winter at Geneva
1851 8 Jan. Goes to live at 142 Strand, London
1852-4 Edits the Westminster Review
1854 Translates Feuerbach Essence of Christianity
1854 20 July Goes to Germany with G. H. Lewes
1854-6 Writes articles for Westminster Review
1856 Lewes encourages her to write fiction
1857 Jan. 'Amos Barton' begins in Blackwood Magazine
1858 Jan. Scenes of Clerical Life, 2 vols., published
1859 12 Jan. Studies floods for The Mill on the Floss
1859 1 Feb. Adam Bede, 3 vols., published
1859 Sept. Finds site for Dorlcote Mill on the Trent
1860 4 Apr. The Mill on the Floss, 3 vols., published
1861 1 Apr. Silas Marner published
1862 27 Feb. Offered £10,000 for Romola
1862 July Romola begins in Cornhill Magazine
1863 6 July Romola, 3 vols., published
1863 21 Aug. Buys the Priory, 21 North Bank, Regent's Park
1866 15 June Felix Holt, 3 vols., published
1868 29 Apr. The Spanish Gypsy published
1871 1 Dec. Middlemarch, Book 1, published
1872 1 Dec. Concluded with Book VIII; published, 4 vols.
1874 May The Legend of Jubal and Other Poems published
1876 Feb.-Sept. Daniel Deronda published in 8 Books
1878 30 Nov. Lewes dies
1879 June Impressions of Theophrastus Such published
1880 6 May Marries John Walter Cross
1880 22 Dec. Dies; buried in Highgate Cemetery

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