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This is a review of George Eliot's "The Lifted Veil."

Title: This is a review of George Eliot's "The Lifted Veil."
Category: /Literature/Biographies
Details: Words: 340 | Pages: 1 (approximately 235 words/page)
This is a review of George Eliot's "The Lifted Veil."
The Lifted Veil Latimer, the main character, states that he can see his death approaching in one month, September 20, 1850. He can read minds and can see the future. He says that he will die of a heart attack. He ponders upon his childhood informing us that his childhood seemed happier to him than it really was. His father was 45 when he married his mother. Latimer's mother died when he was seven or so. He didn't …showed first 75 words of 340 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 340 total…on her deathbed of perionitis. It is at this same time that Latimer's childhood friend, Charles Meunier, is visiting. Charles convinces Latimer to allow him to perform a blood transfusion between himself and Mrs. Archer. After her death, he performs the transfusion. The maid awakens one last time and accuses Bertha of plotting to poison Latimer. Latimer then tells us of how he and Bertha have since lived apart. The story ends with Latimer dying.

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