George Eliot Review 46
Includes the following
Jen Davis: Silas Marner: George Eliot's most Coleridgean Work? (Essay prize)
Barbara Hardy: Elizabeth Gaskell in Middlemarch; Timothy Cooper, the Judgement of Solomon, and the Woman at the Window.
Marianne Burton: How much did Dorothea and Celia Know? Sexual Ignorance and Knowledge among Unmarried Girls in Middlemarch.
Kate Osborne: Mr Brooke's Thinking Organ.
John Rignall: Middlemarch and the Franco-Prussian War.
Rodney Edgecombe: Felix Holt and the Gusset of Futurity.
Rosemary J Burges Woods: A Life Reclaimed: George Evans (1766-1857) of Norbury, Winster, Derby and Belper.
A G van den Broek: Report on Middlemarch Conference at IES, November 2014
K M Newton: Middlemarch: Critical Approaches to the Novel. Edited by Barbara Hardy.
Brenda McKay: George Eliot's Feminism. By June Skye Szirotny.
A G van den Broek: George Eliot, Poetess. By Wendy S Williams.
John Rignall: George Eliot and Money: Economics, Ethics and Literature. By Dermot Coleman.
Margaret Harris: Sophie and the Sybil: A Victorian Romance. By Patricia Duncker.
John Stokes: The Dog in the Dickensian Imagination. By Beryl Gray.
Plus audiobook review of Silas Marner, by Michael Slater, wreath-laying address in Westminster Abbey by Beryl Gray and annual reports from Japan and the UK.