George Eliot Review Issue 34: 2003


Issue 34 of the George Eliot Review
Notes on Contributors 2003
Commemorative Occasions in 2002
Annual Report - 2002
Review of Lectures d'une oeuvre: George Eliot's 'The Mill on the Floss' ed. Maria Tang
Comic George Eliot
Toast to the Immortal Memory of George Eliot, 2002
Review of George Eliot, Music and Victorian Culture by Delia da Sousa Correa
Daniel Deronda (BBC 1) and George Eliot: A Scandalous Life (BBC 2)
George Eliot: Elegies and Eulogies
Review of The Mill on the Floss and Silas Marner: New Casebooks eds. Nahem Yousaf and Andrew Maunder
Review of 'The Lifted Veil,' adapted for the stage by Tim Heath, 2002
Letter to the Fellowship Secretary
Address at the George Eliot Memorial Gardens Wreath Laying, 2002
Review of George Eliot and Schiller by Deborah Guth and Dutch Readings of George Eliot 1856-1885 by Diederik L. van Werven
Review of Faithful Realism: Elizabeth Gaskell and Leo Tolstoy, A Comparative Study by Josie Billington
George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 2002: "Jane Austen and George Eliot"
Japanese Branch Report 2002
Review of Lives of Victorian Literary Figures I: George Eliot ed. Gail Marshall
Review of George Eliot: A Bibliographical History by William Baker and John C. Ross
Review of George Eliot by Pauline Nestor
Review of Middlemarch translated into Dutch by Margret Stevens and Annelies Roeleveld
Address at the Westminster Abbey Wreath Laying, 2002

Kathleen Adams has been Secretary of the Fellowship since 1968. She initiated the Review in 1970, was editor until 1981 and co-editor 1982-91. She published Those of Us Who Loved Her in 1980 and A Community of Interest: The Story of the George Eliot…

The George Eliot Memorial Garden in Nuneaton reached its half century in May 2002. In 1930 several literary men, amongst them George Bernard Shaw, were asked if Nuneaton should erect a memorial to George Eliot. Most of them expressed astonishment…

2002 was, as always, a busy year, and the one in which we published our Pitkin Guide to George Eliot. This was something of a milestone for us as Pitkin Guides are so well known around the UK and it seemed right that George Eliot should be included…