George Eliot Review Issue 37: 2006

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Issue 37 of the George Eliot Review
Contains:
Notes on Contributors 2006
A Most Remarkable Cat
Annual Report - 2006
Annual Report - 2005
Review of The Complete Shorter Poetry of George Eliot ed. A.G. van den Broek
Address at the Westminster Abbey Wreath Laying, 2005
Review of Literature and Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Britain by Janis McLarren Caldwell
Imagination, Morality, and the Spectre of Sade in Romola and Daniel Deronda
Review of Broadview Edition of Adam Bede, edited by Mary Waldron
Review of George Eliot's English Travels by Kathleen McCormack
Toast to the Immortal Memory of George Eliot, 2005
Costanza, Constance, Custance, and Emaré: Romola's Medieval Ancestry (Prize Essay)
Laughing with George Eliot
Review of Realist Vision by Peter Brooks
Japanese Branch Report 2005
George Eliot Memorial Lecture, 2005: "George Eliot and Weimar: 'an affinity for what the world calls "dull places'"
Review of George Eliot and Victoran Attitudes to Racial Diversity, Colonialism, Darwinism, Class, Gender, and Jewish Culture and Prophecy by Brenda McKay
Review of The Reenchantment of 19th-Century Fiction: Dickens, Thackeray, George Eliot and Serialization by David Payne
Aesop's Fables and George Eliot's Brother and Sister Sonnets

My Address at the AGM is usually concerned with our plans and hopes for the future but perhaps on this rather special day I may be allowed a glance at the past. Last week I chaired a Council meeting for the last time; my first one was on 6 March…

Our year began uneventfully with the AGM held for the first time at the Heritage Centre with the added advantage of easy and free parking and the opportunity to provide refreshments. There were no changes to the Fellowship Council or to the officers.…

Because George Eliot is buried in London's Highgate Cemetery the Fellowship is a member of the Friends of Highgate Cemetery who care for this vast burial area. We receive a regular newsletter from the Friends which recently reported that Domino, the…