Silas Marner: George Eliot's Most Coleridgean Work?

Title

Silas Marner: George Eliot's Most Coleridgean Work?

Description

In 1861 Henry Crabb Robinson compared George Eliot's Silas Marner with Coleridge's 'The Ancient Mariner'. He noted the novel's 'great affinity' with the poem: 'A little child, its mother having frozen to death at his solitary hovel, is taken in by Silas [ ... ]. It is to him what…

Creator

Jen Davis

Source

George Eliot Review
2015: 46, 8-14

Publisher

GER and George Eliot Archive

Date

2015

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Citation

Jen Davis, “Silas Marner: George Eliot's Most Coleridgean Work?,” George Eliot Review Online, accessed September 22, 2021, https://www.georgeeliotreview.org/items/show/780.