George Eliot Review 47...2016

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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 Eliot's Subversive Use of the Two Suitors Convention in Middlemarch (Prize essay)

Marianne Burton: 'Woman's freedom consists in choosing the husband who is to be her master': Existentialism and the Female Slave in Daniel Deronda

John Rignall: Two Sequels to Daniel Deronda

Margaret Harris: George Eliot's Afterlife: Dinitia Smith's The Honeymoon and Diana Souhami's Gwendolen

David Harper: In Janet Dempster's Footsteps: A Reminiscence

CONFERENCE REPORT

John Rignall: Daniel Deronda at the Institute of English Studies, University of London, 7 November 2015

IN MEMORIAM

John Burton: Bill Adams: A Tribute

Isobel Armstrong: Obituary of Barbara Hardy

Beryl Gray: Remembering Barbara Hardy

Graham Handley: A Tribute to Barbara Hardy

Margaret Harris: Barbara Hardy: Recollections

Alain Jumeau: Barbara Hardy in France

George Levine: An American Tribute

Michale Slater: Barbara Hardy on Dickens

OPERA REVIEW

Delia da Sousa Correa and Michael Halliwell: Middlemarch in Spring. By Allen Shearer (composer) and Claudia Stevens (libretto)

NOTES

Tapan Kumar Mukherjee: The Egyptian Sorcerer in Adam Bede

REPORTS

John Burton: Annual Report 2015

Eri Satoh: Japanese Branch report 2015

 

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