1 edition of Romola found in the catalog.
|Statement||with an introd. by Viola Meynell|
|Series||World"s classics, World"s classics|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||600|
George Eliot's own favorite among her novels, this novel tells the story of Romola, the intelligent daughter of a blind scholar, who is falling in love with a man who is going to change her life and the politics of Florence in a way she doesn't like. The most exotic of George Eliot's works, Romola recounts the story of the famous religious leader Savonarola in Florence at the time of Machiavelli and the Medicis. Of .
Romola (–63) is a historical novel by George Eliot set in the fifteenth century, and is "a deep study of life in the city of Florence from an intellectual, artistic, religious, and social point of view". LibriVox recording of Romola, by George Eliot. George Eliot's own favorite among her novels, this novel tells the story of Romola, the intelligent daughter of a blind scholar, who is falling in love with a man who is going to change her life and the politics of Florence in a way she doesn't like.
Oct 04, · With Romola Garai, Michael Gambon, Jonny Lee Miller, Jodhi May. Emma Woodhouse (Romola Garai) seems to be perfectly content, to have a loving father for whom she cares, friends, and a home. But Emma has a terrible habit, matchmaking. She cannot resist finding suitors for her friends, most of all Harriet Smith (Louise Dylan). Emma is desperate for Harriet to find happiness, but every suitor /10(K). I particularly enjoyed the Florentine setting and Romola's efforts to deal with Tito's bad decisions. The characters are complex and interesting, and their dilemmas and conflicts are universal. I didn't know much about the time period before I started the book, and I think that hindered my enjoyment and understanding of the novel/5(15).
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From the little introduction I found in the book I read: "Romola (–63) is a historical novel by George Eliot set in the fifteenth century, and is "a deep study of life in the city of Florence from an intellectual, artistic, religious, and social point of view"/5.
Sep 23, · Romola book [George Eliot] on johnsonout.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Romola is an intense, gripping historical novel set in 15th-century Italy. Penned by George Eliot, it deals with a broad spectrum of emotions and issues including love/5(53).
Sep 23, · ROMOLA () by British Victorian woman author George Eliot is a complex historical novel of Renaissance Florence. Young, handsome, and ambitious scholar Tito Melema falls in love with the erudite and intelligent Romola, daughter of Romola book scholar and convinces her to marry him/5(50).
Romola (Penguin Classics) by Eliot, George and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at johnsonout.com On one level it is a love story, telling of the relationship between Romola, who has spent all her life in Florence, and Tito, a Greek who arrives in Florence on the day Lorenzo de' Medici has died.
For those going to Florence, this is a book to be read in the city, if one is there long enough/5. Aug 01, · Buy a cheap copy of Romola book by George Eliot. 'There is no book of mine about which I more thoroughly feel that I swear by every sentence as having been written with my best blood Wrote George Eliot of Romola, Free shipping over $/5(6).
Check out this great listen on johnsonout.com "There is no book of mine about which I more thoroughly feel that I swear by every sentence as having been written with my best blood." Thus wrote George Eliot about Romola, the book that is central in her career as a novelist and among her mo.
Romola, novel by George Eliot, first published in –63 in The Cornhill Magazine. The book was published in three volumes in Set in Florence at the end of the 15th century and scrupulously researched, the novel weaves into its plot the career of the reformer Girolamo Savonarola and the.
'There is no book of mine about which I more thoroughly feel that I swear by every sentence as having been written with my best blood.'So wrote George Eliot of Romola, the novel which argues her most profound and utopian vision of the position of women.
Romola's patient subservience to her scholar-father Bardo, her unhappy marriage to supple and treacherous Tito, and her passionate /5(5).
Complete summary of George Eliot's Romola. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Romola. eNotes Home; johnsonout.com will help you with any book or any question. Our summaries. Romola was a tremendous undertaking – both to write and to read.
As historical novels go, it is one of a kind. In telling the story, Eliot provides a crash course in /5(4). Romola Sadie Garai (/ ˈ r ɒ m ə l ə ˈ s eɪ d i ˈ ɡ æ r i /; born 6 August ) is a British film and television actress. She appeared in Amazing Grace, Atonement, and Glorious 39, and in the BBC series Emma, The Hour and The Crimson Petal and the johnsonout.com has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award twice and for a BAFTA award.
May 29, · The last book of Romola actually focuses on the titular character more than on her husband, Tito. She became a disciple of Fra Girolamo Savonarola.
Although sure she will never again be truly happy, Romola is glad to have “a reason for living, apart from personal enjoyment and personal affection” (ch. 44).
She carries “from. Romola is the fourth novel from the great Victorian novelist George Eliot and her first historical novel. Published in - 63, it is set in Florence at the end of the fifteenth century and events during the Italian Renaissance, and includes in its plot several notable figures from Florentine history.
"Romola" is a book of political. Dec 24, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Tito becomes acquainted with several other Florentines, including Nello the barber and a young girl named Tessa. He is also introduced to a blind scholar named Bardo de' Bardi, and his daughter Romola.
As Tito becomes settled in Florence, assisting Bardo with classical studies, he falls in love with Romola. About the Book Eliot’s only historical novel, set in 15th century Florence under the rule of the Medicis, blends fact with fiction as the reader follows the almost saint-like Romola and the amoral and feckless Tito Melema whom she marries against the advice of her brother, an equally saintly priest.
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Originally serialised in Cornhill Magazine from –, this version is the first book edition published in the UK by Smith, Elder & Co. Romola () Volume 1 & 2 (Set) Vintage Hardcover 1st Edition by Eliot.
Porter & Coates, Hardcover1st Edition. Volume 1 and 2 of a 2 Volume set. Written by George Eliot. Book is in good condition and the spine remains johnsonout.com Rating: % positive. Sri Babaji Immortal Yogi of the Himalayas by Romola Butalia.
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Is Mahavatar Baba Followers: K.Romola () is today perhaps the least known, and thus, the least read of George Eliot‘s novels. Yet in her lifetime it enjoyed much critical acclaim, though it was not a favorite of readers even back then.
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This outstanding, amply illustrated book traces the evolution of the sailing ship from ancient times to the end of the 19th century. Extremely well-written in clear, non-technical language, the work provides detailed coverage of the ships of ancient Egypt and Crete.