George Eliot Review Issue 30: 1999

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Contains:
Toast to the Immortal Memory of George Eliot, 1998
The Politics of Religion in Felix Holt
Review of Wordsworth and the Victorians by Stephen Gill
Review of Sisters in Literature: Female Sexuality in 'Antigone', 'Middlemarch', 'Howard's End', and 'Women in Love' by Masako Hirai
Review of Realism, Representation, and the Arts in Nineteenth-Century Literature. By Alison Byerly
Review of Perspectives on Self and Community in George Eliot: Dorothea's Window. Ed. Patricia Gately, Dennis Leavens and D. Cole Woodcox
Review of George Eliot and Goethe: An Elective Affinity by Gerlinde Röder-Bolton
Review of From Author to Text: Re-reading George Eliot's 'Romola' ed. Caroline Levine and Mark W. Turner and George Eliot and Italy by Andrew Thompson
Review of Barbara Leigh-Smith Bodichon: Feminist, Artist, and Rebel by Pam Hirsch
Milly Barton and Emma Gwyther
Japanese Branch Report 1998
Henry James and George Eliot: Realism, Reality, and Narrative Form
George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 1998: "Ego, Anonymity, and Healing in George Eliot"
Front Matter 1999: 30
Daniel Deronda - 1921 Style
Annual Report - 1998
An Echo of the 'Holy War'
American Branch Report 1998
Address at the Westminster Abbey Wreath Laying, 1998
Address at the George Eliot Memorial Gardens Wreath Laying, 1998
A Tchaikovsky/George Eliot Opera that never happened
A Postcard to Rev. F.R. Evans (George Eliot's nephew), 11 August 1911

Sixty-two years ago, almost to the day - a freezing 25 November 1936 - I arrived at the London docks from Africa and came, without realizing it at the time, to live in the country of my background. I was to live with Alison and Rupert Winser and…

In chapter 3 of Felix Holt, the narrator gives an account of the 'social changes in Treby parish', including the altered character of Trebian Dissent. It had been of a quiescent, well-to-do kind, represented architecturally by a small venerable,…

Words worth belongs to a generation that re-invented posterity as the true judge of artistic worth, a truth beyond fashion and faction, the eternal justification of a misunderstood life. His exact contemporary Hölderlin asked 'Wozu Dichter in…