The George Eliot Review

Thanks to Dr. Beverley Rilett and her team at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, each issue of the George Eliot Fellowship Review and the George Eliot Review has been fully digitized and published online. Each of the several hundred articles is available for free to the public at http://www.georgeeliotreview.org. On this website, users may investigate a half-century of George Eliot criticism. Page images of each issue are provided as they appeared in print. Moreover, the digitized version allows readers to search contents by year, issue number, author, genre, and subject. The project team has worked to summarize the individual articles and reviews to make this information as useful as possible to visitors.

Bev Headshoulders 2017

Beverley and her team have done a wonderful job digitising the back numbers of the George Eliot Review. The George Eliot Fellowship was obviously aware of the value to scholars and readers of our backlog of serious academic research within the 40 years of the George Eliot Fellowship Review and George Eliot Review but we lacked the skills and facilities (not to mention finance) to be able to digitise them ourselves and we are hugely grateful to Beverley and her team. We look forward to continuing to work with her to digitise other material in the Fellowship's archive.

http://www.georgeeliotreview.org

The digitised back numbers is a tribute and thanks for the initial idea of producing a Review which Kathleen Adams undertook in 1970. Later she was joined by Graham Handley and then by John Rignall and Beryl Gray, and more recently by Michael Davis. We are grateful to them all for their commitment to scholarship and accuracy, and to what they do to further an interest in George Eliot. The present editors are John Rignall and Michael Davis.

Meanwhile, copies of some of them are still available for purchase as hard copies. Go to Store for details. Contents lists of some years are also available on this site.


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    George Eliot Review 2017

    ARTICLES Charlie Tyson's award winning essay ' "A Being Apart":  Sympathy and Distance in Middlemarch',  Sheila Woolf: Felix Holt and 'a fine sight of lawsuits',  David Paterson: Radical Politics in the 1860s: The Writing of Felix Holt,  Athanassia Williamson: Against Egology: Ethics and Style in George Eliot and Emmanuel Levinas PLAY Susan Riley Hoyle: When Howard met George: A Play in T... Read more »

     
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    George Eliot Review 2016

    ARTICLES Beryl Gray: Riding Horses in Middlemarch Patricia Duncker: On Writing Neo-Victorian Fiction: James Miranda Barry (1999) and Sophie and the Sybil (2015). (Forty-Fourth George Eliot Annual Memorial Lecture, October 2015) David Paterson: The Radical Candidature: Harold Transome's Political Motivation in Felix Holt Anna Gutowska: Between 'Silly Novels' and Vegetation Myths: George Elio... Read more »

     
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    George Eliot Review 2015

    Includes Jen Davis's prize-winning essay on Silas Marner and its Coleridgean influence; Barbara Hardy on Elizabeth Gaskell in Middlemarch; Marianne Burton on sexual knowledge among unmarried young women in Middlemarch; Kate Osborne on Mr Brooke's Thinking Organ; John Rignall on Middlemarch and the Franco-Prussian War; Rodney Edgecombe on Felix Holt and the Gusset of Futurity; and Rosemary J Bur... Read more »

     
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    George Eliot Review 2014

    This review is available for members only at this time. Read more »

     
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    George Eliot Review 2013

    This review is available for members only at this time and will be posted along with the newsletter approximately mid September 2013 Read more »

     
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    George Eliot Review 2012

    This review is available for members only at this time. Read more »

     
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    George Eliot Review 2011

    The George Eliot Review contains the following articles and essays; Narration in Middlemarch, Mr and Mrs Cross, Merorial, Even our failures, Enter the Aunts, Translating Mill on the Floss, Mill on the Floss BBC adaptation, Between Deafness and Sound as well as a conference report.   Read more »

     
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    George Eliot Review 2010

    The George Eliot Review contains the following articles and essays; Adam Bede and Education, Adam Bede and Realism, Expressive Things in Adam Bede, A Loss for Words as well as a conference report Read more »