Nobody's Daughters: Dickens's Tattycoram and George Eliot's Caterina Sarti

Title

Nobody's Daughters: Dickens's Tattycoram and George Eliot's Caterina Sarti

Description

Doughty Street, where Dickens lived for three years (1836-9), is within a stone's throw of the site of London's Hospital for Foundling Children, which was established in 1739 by the retired sea-captain, Thomas Coram, whom Dickens venerated. Tavistock House - Dickens's home 1851-60, and where he wrote Little Dorrit, the…

 

Creator

Beryl Gray

Source

George Eliot Review
2001: 32, 51-62

Publisher

GER and George Eliot Archive

Date

Published 2001
Digitized 2017

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Citation

Beryl Gray, “Nobody's Daughters: Dickens's Tattycoram and George Eliot's Caterina Sarti,” George Eliot Review Online, accessed February 18, 2019, https://georgeeliotreview.org/items/show/540.