Definition of Eliot, George in English:

Eliot, George

Syllabification: El·i·ot, George
Pronunciation: /ˈelēət
 
/
( 1819–80), English novelist; pseudonym of Mary Ann Evans. Her novels of provincial life are characterized by their exploration of moral problems and their development of the psychological analysis that marks the modern novel. Notable works: Adam Bede (1859), The Mill on the Floss (1860), and Middlemarch (1871–72).

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