This book contains 18 essays (1879) by George Eliot (1819-80) which are mostly character studies loosely based on the mode of Theophrastus, the Greek philosopher, head of the Peripatetic School after Aristotle. The author writes in the character of the batchelor son of a Tory Midlands country parson and reflects on various contemporary types.
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