George Eliot Review Issue 26: 1995

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Issue 26 of the George Eliot Review
Contains:
Annual Report 1994
Loyola College, Baltimore, Nineteenth-Century Studies Association Conference Report: 'Conflict and Resolution'
University of London, Centre for English Studies Conference Report: 'Reviewing Romola'
American Branch Report 1994
Wreath Laying in Poets' Corner, Westminster Abbey, 25 June 1995
Obituary: Dorothy Edmands 1911-1995, Vice-President: 1992-1995
Mary Ann Did Not Go: Why George Eliot Stayed Away from the Church. The Twenty-Third George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 15 October 1994
New George Eliot Letters at the British Library
Thou Shalt Not Read: Maggie's Arrested Development in The Mill on the Floss
Charles Christian Hennell and George Eliot: Human and Narrative Affinities
Dismal Loneliness': George Eliot, Auguste Comte, and 'The Lifted Veil'
Race and Myth: The Spanish Gypsy
Horses and Hounds: The Importance of Animals in The Mill on the Floss
The Sickroom in Victorian Fiction: the Art of Being Ill. By Miriam Bailin
Impressions of Theophrastus Such. Two new editions, edited by Nancy Henry and by D.J. Enright
The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans: George Eliot, Her Letters and Fiction. By Rosemarie Bodenheimer
Engaging with Shakespeare: Responses of George Eliot and Other Women Novelists. By Marianne Novy
The Transformation of Rage: Mourning and Creativity in George Eliot's Fiction. By Peggy Fitzhugh Johnstone
The Critical Response to George Eliot. Edited by Karen L. Pangallo
George Eliot's Serial Fiction. By Carol A. Martin
George Eliot and the Politics of National Inheritance. By Bernard Semmel
George Eliot's Mill on the Floss, adapted by Helen Edmundson and directed by Nancy Meckler and Polly Teale, Shared Experience Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, 6-11 February 1995, and other venues

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