Mary Ann Evans


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Noun1.Mary Ann Evans - British writer of novels characterized by realistic analysis of provincial Victorian society (1819-1880)Mary Ann Evans - British writer of novels characterized by realistic analysis of provincial Victorian society (1819-1880)
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Mary Ann Evans Hospice, which is mostly reliant on donations from the community, is struggling to raise funds and has a "two-year deficit".
Summary: Four in ten readers know George Eliot's real name is Mary Ann Evans
Burgis & Bullock, which has offices in Leamington Spa, Nuneaton and Rugby, held the event at The Ricoh Arena in Coventry in aid of the Mary Ann Evans Hospice in Nuneaton.
The event raised a whopping PS1,000 for the Mary Ann Evans Hospice in Nuneaton, which provides special care to people in Nuneaton, Bedworth and across north Warwickshire who are living with a life-limiting illnesses.
The charity event, which raised PS2,030 for Mary Ann Evans Hospice in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, attracted over 250 guests again this year, including a large number of the firm's clients, local banking and solicitor contacts and prospective clients.
A record number of 16 floral displays were placed at an obelisk in the town centre memorial gardens named in honour of the woman known as Mary Ann Evans who became famous after adopting a male nom-de-plume.
Burgis & Bullock recently held its seventh annual charity quiz night to help raise funding for Mary Ann Evans Hospice in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
FATHER and son duo Dean and Warren Barnett will be running next month's London Marathon to raise funds for e Mary Ann Evans Hospice in Nuneaton.
Burgis & Bullock, which has offices in Leamington Spa, Nuneaton and Rugby, raised pounds 1,500 for Mary Ann Evans Hospice in Nuneaton at the event at The Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
MAYOR Brian Hawkes joined a whole load of Santas for an annual fundraising event in aid of Nuneaton's Mary Ann Evans Hospice.
Born Mary Ann Evans at a farmhouse near Arbury, where her father managed the Newdigate estate, she changed her name to Marian Evans when she moved to London in 1851.