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Sacred and Secular: George Eliot's Concept of Pilgramage

The distinctive tenor of George Eliot's mind was theological. Pre-eminent among Victorian novelists for her prodigious scholarship, she ventured into that realm of thought which Ruskin declared a "dangerous science for women - - one which they must…

A Lasting Habitation' The Quest for Identity and Vocation in Daniel Deronda

In Daniel Deronda George Eliot breaks through bounds of Victorian England to envision the universal stage on which the creation of a new humanity will be enacted. Her final work of fiction places the progress of the individual within the wider…