George Eliot Review Issue 42: 2011


Issue 42 of the George Eliot Review
George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 2010: "The Mill on the Floss and the Difficulties of Relationships"
Conference Report, Annual George Eliot Conference, University of London, 2010: "The Mill on the Floss"
Review of The Mill on the Floss on the BBC in 1978
Mr. and Mrs. Cross with the Artist John Wharlton Bunney in Venice, June 1880
Annual Report - 2010
Review of Imagining Minds: The Neuro-Aesthetics of Austen, Eliot and Hardy by Kay Young
Between Deafness and Sound: Aurality and the Limits of Sympathy in The Mill on the Floss
A Portrait of Lucy Deane
Review of George Eliot's Grammar of Being by Melissa Anne Raines
Review of Daniel Deronda, trans. Alain Jumeau
Enter the Aunts
Address at the Westminster Abbey Wreath Laying, 2010
Translating The Mill on the Floss into French
Pier-glass Imagery' in Middlemarch
Narration in Middlemarch Revisited
Japanese Branch Report 2010
Even our failures are a prophecy': The Mill on the Floss and the 1860s
Review of Victorian Biography Reconsidered: A Study of Nineteenth-Century 'Hidden' Lives by Juliette Atkinson
Review of Imagining Italy: Victorian Writer and Travellers edited by Catherine Waters, Micael Hollington and John Jordan
Review of The Cambridge Companion to English Literature, 1830--1914 edited by Joanne Shattock
Front Matter 2011: 42

Imagining Minds sets out to read nineteenth-century fiction in the context of modern theories of human cognition and of the mind/body relationship, making the central contention that 'the novel is an aesthetic map to and experience of the nature of…

By late 1859, when she had almost finished writing The Mill on the Floss, George Eliot was still unsure of its final title. The working title was 'Sister Maggie', which was particularly appropriate to the first two thirds of the novel, where interest…

'The Mill on the Floss is everyone's favourite novel' was the provocative declaration that launched the conference, devoted to Eliot's second novel, held at the Institute of English Studies on 6 November 2010. Barbara Hardy's opening statement was…