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Author: Joseph Jacobs
Editor: London D. Nutt 1891.
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Report Of State Librarian

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Public Library Bulletin

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University Library Bulletin

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Bulletin Of The Library Company Of Philadelphia

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Bulletin Of The Library Company Of Philadelphia

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Bulletin

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George Eliot

Author: Jean Arnold
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3030106268
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This collection brings together new articles by leading scholars who reappraise George Eliot in her bicentenary year as an interdisciplinary thinker and writer for our times. Here, researchers, students, teachers and the general public gain access to new perspectives on Eliot’s vast interests and knowledge, informed by the nineteenth-century British culture in which she lived. Examining Eliot’s wide-ranging engagement with Victorian historical research, periodicals, poetry, mythology, natural history, realism, the body, gender relations, and animal studies, these essays construct an exciting new interdisciplinary agenda for future Eliot studies.

The Eagle

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The Review Of Reviews

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Before George Eliot

Author: Fionnuala Dillane
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107434661
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Fionnuala Dillane revisits the first decade of Marian Evans's working life to explore the influence of the periodical press on her emergence as George Eliot and on her subsequent responses to fame. This interdisciplinary study discusses the significance of Evans's work as a journalist, editor and serial-fiction writer in the periodical press from the late 1840s to the late 1850s and positions this early career against critical responses to Evans's later literary persona, George Eliot. Dillane argues that Evans's association with the nineteenth-century periodical industry, that dominant cultural force of the age, is important for its illumination of Evans's understanding of the formation of reading audiences, the development of literary genres and the cultivation of literary celebrity.

Matthew Arnold

Author: Carl Dawson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134781032
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

George Eliot

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Five Short Courses Of Reading In English Literature

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Tennyson And In Memoriam

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George Eliot 1880 1980

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George Eliot An Intellectual Life

Author: V. Dodd
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There have been several biographies of George Eliot but this is the first study to focus on her intellectual development. The book provides an analysis of the biographical and intellectual factors which encouraged George Eliot to decide upon fiction as her chosen mode of expression, and demonstrates how that decision was influenced by, and an echoing of, J.S.Mill's and Carlyle's critiques of philosophy.