George Eliot is an alias for a British writer, Mary Ann Evans, who used events from her personal life as inspiration for her novels, and published her works. She believed that by using a male pseudonym, she could build her writing career more easily, and she was not wrong. She is one of the greatest English novelists, and considering that title, it's no wonder that you can find many lessons from valuable George Eliot quotes listed bellow.
''Any coward can fight a battle when he's sure of winning, but give me the man who has pluck to fight when he's sure of losing.''
''I cannot be indifferent to the troubles of a man who advised me in my trouble, and attended me in my illness.''
When you are rich and have everything, giving means little; but when you are poor and give away almost everything you have, that means so much!