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George Eliot (1902)
by Leslie Stephen (1832-1904)


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Contents
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
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Acknowledgements

The University of Toronto English Library is a project of the Department of English and the Faculty of Arts and Science, funded by the Provost's Electronic Courseware Fund. UTEL was created by Ian Lancashire, Christopher Douglas, and Dennis G. Jerz. We wish to thank the University of Toronto Information Commons, and the members of the Centre for Academic Technology, especially John Bradley, Ian Graham, and Allen Forsyth.


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This text was scanned by Sharine Leung for UTEL from a University of Toronto library copy of a 1913 reprint of the 1902 text. The HTML text was created from the scanned text and proof-read by Marc Plamondon. The text here is as close to the original text as possible.

There are a few words in the text written in Greek. The HTML files take advantage of the FONT FACE option currently available to Web browsers. All Greek characters are thus represented by the Symbol font. If your browser does not support the FONT FACE option or if the Symbol font is not on your system, the Greek characters will appear as quasi-gibberish in your browser's default font. The following is an example of Greek characters using the Symbol font: abgde

Stephen's footnotes have been entered directly into the text and identified by sqaure brackets ([]).


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