George Eliot Review Issue 33: 2002

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Issue 33 of the George Eliot Review
Contains:
Notes on Contributors 2002
A George Eliot Quotation on a Public Occasion
Annual Report - 2001
Address at the George Eliot Memorial Gardens Wreath Laying, 2001
Review of George Eliot and Judaism by Saleel Nurbhai and K.M. Newton
Review of The Clarendon Edition of Adam Bede ed. Carol A. Martin
George Eliot, George Henry Lewes, and Dogs
Editors' Note
George Eliot: Life and Letters. Institute of English Studies, University of London, 17-18 January 2002
Review of The Cambridge Companion to George Eliot. Ed. George Levine
Review of Such Silver Currents: The Story of William and Lucy Clifford by M. Chisholm
George Eliot's Debt to Hardy?
George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 2001: "George Eliot - The Woman and the Writer"
Japanese Branch Report 2001
Mines of Misinformation: George Eliot and Old Master Paintings: Berlin, Munich, Vienna and Dresden, 1854-5 and 1858.
Toast to the Immortal Memory of George Eliot, 2002
Henry James on Digression in George Eliot's Fiction
Review of George Eliot and the British Empire by Nancy Henry
Review of Women and Literature in Britain 1800-1900 ed. Joanne Shattock
Review of The Broadview Edition of Felix Holt, the Radical. Ed. William Baker and Kenneth Womack
Review of Rethinking Victorian Culture. Ed. A. Jenkins and J. John and Rereading Victorian Fiction. Ed. J John and A. Jenkins
Dorothea and the 'Key to all Mythologies'
Address at the Westminster Abbey Wreath Laying, 2001
Review of Theology in the Fiction of George Eliot by Peter C. Hodgson. andThe Silent Revolution and the Making of Victorian England by Herbert Schlossberg

Kathleen Adams has been Secretary of the Fellowship since 1968. She initiated the Review in 1970, was editor until 1981 and co-editor 1982-91. She published Those of Us Who Loved Her in 1980 and A Community of Interest: The Story of the George Eliot…

Looking back thirty years to my report for 1971 I found that I had written 'It is most reward-ing to be able to report a successful and stimulating year'. Thirty years later I can say the same - despite having drawn in our horns after the less than…

At the funeral of the Queen Mother in Westminster Abbey on 9 April 2002 the Archbishop of Canterbury delivered the sermon and, in describing her life, used these words - 'There was about her, in George Eliot's lovely phrase, "the sweet presence of a…