The Lifted Veil

Eliot, George

(Book - 1985)
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
The Lifted Veil
The master of realism, George Eliot, makes a daring departure in this dark tale of ESP, mesmerism, and telepathy. In this little-known story-the only thing she ever wrote using a first-person voice-she explores the psychological state of a man who can read people's minds and see into the future, then finds himself in danger when he falls in love with a woman whose mind he can't read.

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Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Penguin Books--Virago Press, 1985
ISBN: 0140161163
Branch Call Number: FICTION ELIOT
Characteristics: 91 p. ;,20 cm


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A little known piece of gothic literature.

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