George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 1999: "'What Can I Do?' George Eliot, Her Reader and the Task of the Narrator in Middlemarch"

Title

George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 1999: "'What Can I Do?' George Eliot, Her Reader and the Task of the Narrator in Middlemarch"

Description

Middlemarch is widely recognized as being one of the most strenuously narrated novels in English literature. Many of the most moving, and most quoted, lines of the novel are the prod-uct of direct narrational intervention and the reader is aware of the surrounding, solicitous presence of the author-narrator throughout theā€¦

Creator

Josie Billington

Source

George Eliot Review
2000: 31, 13-26

Publisher

GER and George Eliot Archive

Date

Published 2000
Digitized 2017

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Citation

Josie Billington, “George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 1999: "'What Can I Do?' George Eliot, Her Reader and the Task of the Narrator in Middlemarch",” George Eliot Review Online, accessed September 22, 2021, https://www.georgeeliotreview.org/items/show/524.