The George Eliot Review

Below you will find a list of our previous reviews.

 

We are hoping to make all our back numbers of the GE Review available online.

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    George Eliot Review 2017

    Includes Charlie Tyson's award winning essay ' "A Being Apart":  Sympathy and Distance in Middlemarch' Read more »

     
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    George Eliot Review 2016

    Includes Anna Gutowska's award winning essay about George Eliot's use of the two suitor convention in Middlemarch 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 »

     
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