Choir Invisible: A Music Gloss for "The Sad Fortunes of Rev. Amos Barton"

Title

Choir Invisible: A Music Gloss for "The Sad Fortunes of Rev. Amos Barton"

Description

“Music – music – didn’t you hear it?” Milly Barton, the first of George Eliot’s heroines, imagines celestial music as she dies; George Eliot’s readers hear music throughout her prose and poetry. Many musical quotations and references have been remarked; her tribute to her old music teacher in Middlemarch, the use of…

Creator

Marcia Wilson Lebow

Source

George Eliot Fellowship Review
1982: 13, 31-33

Publisher

GEFR and George Eliot Archive

Date

Published 1982
Digitized 2017

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Citation

Marcia Wilson Lebow, “Choir Invisible: A Music Gloss for "The Sad Fortunes of Rev. Amos Barton",” George Eliot Review Online, accessed February 18, 2019, https://georgeeliotreview.org/items/show/107.