George Eliot Review Issue 43: 2012


Issue 43 of the George Eliot Review
Japanese Branch Report 2011
Review of The Life of George Eliot: A Critical Biography by Nancy Henry
From George Eliot to her 'Rabbi': An Epistolary Find
There is no such thing as natural barrenness in natural women': Childless Marriages in Silas Marner and "The Lifted Veil"
Annual Report - 2011
Review of Dorothea's Daughter and Other Nineteenth-Century Postscripts by Barbara Hardy
Review of George Eliot, European Novelist by John Rignall
Review of Women and Personal Property in the Victorian Novel by Deborah Wynne
Review of Landscape and Gender in the Novels of Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot and Thomas Hardy by Eithne Henson
Review of Silas Marner on BBC Radio 4
Review of The Business of the Novel: Economics, Aesthetics and the Case of Middlemarch by Simon R. Frost
The generations of ants and beavers': Classical Economics and Animals in The Mill on the Floss
Review of Modernizing George Eliot: The Novelist as Artist, Intellectual, Proto-Modernist, Cultural Critic by K.M. Newton
Deronda and the Tigress: Buddhism, Compassion, and National Consciousness in Daniel Deronda (Prize Essay)
Review of The Art of Comparison: How Novels and Critics Compare by Catherine Brown
Knowing Too Much: The Burden of Consciousness in The Lifted Veil
Review of George Eliot: Interviews and Recollections edited by K. K. Collins
Models of Authorship: Margaret Oliphant and George Eliot
Front Matter 2012: 43

On Saturday 3 December 2011, the Fifteenth Annual Convention of the George Eliot Fellowship of Japan was held at Ferris University. The morning session began with an opening address by Hidetada Mukai (Ferris University). Three papers were presented…

The literary biographer's most difficult task is to find plausible, sophisticated ways of connecting a human life with the art that emerges from it. In the case of a major imaginative artist like George Eliot, the accumulated weight of previous…

Dear Mr. Deutsch I cannot be easy without writing a word or two this morning for I am conscious that I made myself more disagreeable than nature obliges me to be by my hard quips to you. They were not warrantable by anything but a strong personal and…