George Eliot Review Issue 44: 2013


Issue 44 of the George Eliot Review
And her wings fall from her and she drops to the ground': Reading Eliot's Mr. Casaubon Through Benjamin Jowett's Phaedrus
George Eliot's Brazilian Critical Fortune and the Case of Romola
Annual Report - 2012
Review of Form and Feeling in Modern Literature: Essays in Honour of Barbara Hardy edited by William Baker and Isobel Armstrong
Review of George Eliot in Society: Travels Abroad and Sundays at the Priory by Kathleen McCormack
Review of The Ladislaw Case by Imke Thormahlen and translated by Marianne Thormählen
Japanese Branch Report 2012
The Two Felixes: Narratorial Irony and the Question of Radicalism in Felix Holt and 'Address to Working Men, by Felix Holt'
The Antigone and its Moral': George Eliot's Antigonean Considerations
George Eliot, Marcel Proust and the Logic of Desire
The Golden Gates are Passed
George Eliot, Scientific Materialism and Literary Form: Some Reflections on Felicia Bonaparte's Will and Destiny
George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 2012: "Romola's Artists"
Review of Reading for Our Time: 'Adam Bede' and 'Middlemarch' Revisted by J. Hillis Miller
Review of Heathen and Outcast: Scenes in the Life of George Eliot by Robert Muscutt

In the scene describing Casaubon 's pathetic mental state prior to his heart attack in Chapter XXIX of Middlemarch, the narrator makes an enigmatic reference: 'Doubtless some ancient Greek has observed that behind the big mask and the…

I would like to begin this paper with a comment by Professor Felicia Bonaparte about George Eliot's novels. In an introductory reflection, she once observed that We have found nothing yet that Eliot did not deliberately put in her novels; [ ... ].…

The year began in March with an introduction to Romola for the Nuneaton George Eliot Study Group which was attended by nearly forty local members. This was followed up by more in depth sessions on Romola at Bedworth Almshouses after Easter. These…