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Review of The Clerical Character in George Eliot's Fiction by Oliver Lovesey

Writing to Blackwood in November 1856 to introduce Scenes of Clerical Life, G.H. Lewes promised, tales and sketches illustrative of the actual life of our country clergy about a quarter of a century ago; but solely in its 'human' and 'not at all' in…

Maggie's Sisters: Feminist Readings of The Mill on the Floss

The view that Eliot presented her female characters with only very limited possibilities for self-realization in either marriage or martyrdom, and that Eliot herself “lived" but did not "write" the "revolution" is one that has dominated the feminist…