Between Deafness and Sound: Aurality and the Limits of Sympathy in The Mill on the Floss

Title

Between Deafness and Sound: Aurality and the Limits of Sympathy in The Mill on the Floss

Description

In his review of The Mill on the Floss on 19 May 1860 for The Times, E. S. Dallas began by arguing that Eliot's first novel Adam Bede was successful because 'the temporary delight of listening to a pleasant tale' it gave its readers helped to achieve 'the permanent good…

Creator

Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi

Source

George Eliot Review
2011: 42, 77-86

Publisher

GER and George Eliot Archive

Date

Published 2011
Digitized 2017

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Citation

Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi, “Between Deafness and Sound: Aurality and the Limits of Sympathy in The Mill on the Floss,” George Eliot Review Online, accessed September 22, 2021, https://www.georgeeliotreview.org/items/show/710.