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Mary Anne Evans, better known by her pen name George Eliot, was an English novelist, journalist and translator, and one of the leading writers of the Victorian era.

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List of poems by George Eliot 19 total

Count That Day Lost
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Spring comes hither
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Blue Wings
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Sweet Springtime
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Roses
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Mid My Gold-Brown Curls 381 Views
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Ay De Mi 338 Views
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Two Lovers
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Day is dying
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Brother and Sister
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Sweet Endings Come and Go, Love
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God Needs Antonio
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Bright, o bright Fedalma
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The Choir Invisible
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The World Is Great
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In a London Drawingroom
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The Radiant Dark
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I Grant You Ample Leave
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Came a pretty maid
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