George Eliot Review Issue 27: 1996


Annual Report - 1995
Late-Victorian Plans for a George Eliot Memorial Library
Dear Cara': A New George Eliot Letter
Buried Treasure
The Dead Hand' in Middlemarch
Conference Report, Australian Victorian Studies Association Conference, University of Adelaide, 1996: "The Victorians and Science"
Review of Fact and Feeling: Baconian Science and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination by Jonathan Smith
Toast to the Immortal Memory of George Eliot, 1996
Report on the lecture delivered by John Cooper at the National Portrait Gallery, December 1995: 'George Eliot at the National Portrait Gellery'
The Two Georges and the Gunner
Review of George Eliot: A Biography by Frederick Karl
Conference Report, Annual George Eliot Conference, University of Warwick, 1996: "George Eliot and Europe"
Review of "George Eliot: Silas Marner, The Lifted Veil, Brother Jacob" edited by Peter Mudford
George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 1995: "George Eliot and the Furniture of the House Fiction"
American Branch Report 1995
The Imaginary Vision in Adam Bede: Hetty's Mirrors and the Objet A
A Lifted Veil': A Missing George Eliot Portrait Rediscovered
Address at the George Eliot Memorial Gardens Wreath Laying, 1995
Review of Literature in the Marketplace. Nineteenth-Century British Publishing and Reading Practices edited by John O. Jordan and Robert L. Patten
Review of The Language of Gender and Class: Transformation in the Novel by Patricia Ingham
Music as a Sign in Daniel Deronda
Review of The Letters of George Henry Lewes, Vols 1 & 2 ed. William Baker
Front Matter 1996: 27

A friendly neighbour, who knew I was fond of ‘old things’, recently offered to let me look at a yellowing, crisply fragile newspaper that was in her possession. Unfolded, the crumbling broadsheet proved to be a copy of the Daily Mail for Wednesday,…

Edward Bruce Hamley (1824-93) was a dedicated professional soldier, a military histori-an and theorist and a man of varied literary interests. He was a member of a distinguished Cornish family, and was educated at Bodmin Grammar School and the Royal…

In October 1857, George Eliot began her first full-length major novel, Adam Bede. Having just completed her last 'scene' - 'Janet's Repentance' - from Scenes of Clerical Life, she decided to use a 'large canvas' for her next endeavour, an endeavour…