Born in Exile (Dodo Press) pdf epub fb2

Born in Exile (Dodo Press) by George Gissing pdf epub fb2

Born in Exile (Dodo Press) Author: George Gissing
Title: Born in Exile (Dodo Press)
ISBN: 1406544736
ISBN13: 978-1406544732
Other Formats: lit txt azw mobi
Pages: 472 pages
Publisher: Dodo Press (June 29, 2007)
Language: English
Category: Other
Size PDF version: 1312 kb
Size EPUB version: 1387 kb
Subcategory: Humanities

George Gissing was an English novelist, who wrote twenty-three novels between 1880 and 1903. Although his early works are naturalistic, he developed into one of the the most accomplished realists of the late-Victorian era. Born in Wakefield, Yorkshire, to lower-middle class parents, Gissing went on to win a scholarship to Owens College, the present day University of Manchester. A brilliant student, he excelled at university, winning many coveted prizes, including the Shakespeare prize in 1875. Between 1891 and 1897 (his so-called middle period) he produced his best works, which include New Grub Street, Born in Exile, The Odd Women, In the Year of Jubilee, and The Whirlpool. The middle years of the decade saw his reputation reach new heights: by some critics he is counted alongside George Meredith and Thomas Hardy as one of the best three novelists of his day. He also enjoyed new friendships with fellow writers such as Henry James, and H.G. Wells, and came into contact with many other up and coming writers such as Joseph Conrad and Stephen Crane.