The George Eliot Review Online is the digital edition of the George Eliot Review, a peer-reviewed journal that has been in continuous publication since 1970. For more than fifty years, the George Eliot Fellowship of Nuneaton, UK, has published an annual journal of critical essays on the life and works of this important Victorian author. The journal also includes society news, invited lectures, conference updates, and reviews of books and media related to George Eliot.
Who was George Eliot? Mary Ann Evans, known by her pen name, George Eliot, was one of the most critically acclaimed authors in Victorian England. She wrote enduring classics such as Middlemarch, Daniel Deronda, The Mill on the Floss, and Silas Marner, and her work remains a cornerstone of nineteenth-century literary studies today.
The George Eliot Review Online journal (ISSN 2831-5375) holds an international CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. Users of this website may freely search, read, excerpt, and download the full-text PDF versions of more than 1000 documents, with new issues added three months after the print version is sent to members. This free digitized version allows readers to search contents by year, issue number, author, genre, and subject.
George Eliot Review Online is directed by Dr. Beverley Park Rilett with the assistance of her small but mighty team of undergraduate and graduate research assistants at Auburn University in Alabama and in partnership with the George Eliot Fellowship in Nuneaton, England. For more information on the George Eliot Fellowship, visit their website here.