George Eliot Fellowship Review Issue 15: 1984


Issue 15 of the George Eliot Fellowship Review
Message of Greeting from the Fellowship President
Annual Report - 1983
Statement of Accounts: 1983
Treasurer's Report 1984
Jonathan G. Ouvry: A Profile
Study Group Notes: Felix Holt and Daniel Deronda
Book Review: George Eliot by Rosemary Ashton
Book Review: Parallel Lives: Five Victorian Marriages by Phyllis Rose
Book Review: Johnnie Cross by Terence de Vere White
The Lehmanns and George Eliot
Another Look at Dorothea's Marriages
A Lasting Habitation' The Quest for Identity and Vocation in Daniel Deronda
Obituary: Herbert Van Thal
Middlemarch Revisited
Gwendolen Harleth and the Growth of Conscience
Address at the George Eliot Memorial Gardens Wreath Laying, 1983
Book Review: Darwin's Plots: Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot and Nineteenth Century Fiction by Gillian Bear
Review: George Eliot and Friends: A Victorian Evening
The Lifted Veil and its Relation to George Eliot's Fiction
A Closer Look at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea
The Neglected George Eliot
A Toast to the Immortal Memory of George Eliot: 1983
Front Matter 1984: 15

The Fellowship is not often criticised, but one criticism which has· been made from time to time since its inception is that it has a tendency to be parochial. That this is said far less now than it was in the past is largely owing to two factors –…

The Fellowship first made contact with Jonathan Ouvry at the time of the George Eliot Centenary 1980, when members of G.H. Lewes's family were present at Westminster Abbey in considerable numbers. Jonathan made a greater impression, perhaps, because…

'Bertie' Van Thal mode contact with the George Eliot Fellowship in the early l970's as a result of a letter to the Times from the secretary in which she proposed the Alliance of Literary Societies. The suggestion was one which earned Bertie's…