• Issue 29 • 2020 • George Eliot 1819–2019 in <i>19</i>

    Issue 29 • 2020 • George Eliot 1819–2019 in 19


This issue of 19 uses the occasion of George Eliot’s bicentenary in 2019 to think again about an extraordinary Victorian’s life and work. The articles included here revisit and rethink the writing life, from the woman of letters at the Westminster Review through to the peculiar pen of Theophrastus Such. We celebrate a novelist intensely alive to her world, engaged with multiple forms of art, with science and philosophy, politics and life, hope and human suffering.

Introduction


Introduction

Introduction

Isobel Armstrong and Carolyn Burdett

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The Life/The Woman of Letters


George Eliot, G. H. Lewes, and the House of Blackwood 1856–60

George Eliot, G. H. Lewes, and the House of Blackwood 1856–60

Joanne Shattock

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George Eliot and Print Media: Woman of Letters

George Eliot and Print Media: Woman of Letters

Laurel Brake

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Henry James Visits the Priory: A Twice-Told Tale

Henry James Visits the Priory: A Twice-Told Tale

Rosemary Ashton

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George Eliot’s Precarious Afterlives

George Eliot’s Precarious Afterlives

Fionnuala Dillane

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Art and Form


Temporality and Statuesque Women in George Eliot

Temporality and Statuesque Women in George Eliot

Gail Marshall

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George Eliot and Van Gogh: Radiant Realism

George Eliot and Van Gogh: Radiant Realism

Ruth Livesey

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From ‘the great Handel chorus’ to ‘wild passion and fancy’: Listening to Handel and Purcell in The Mill on the Floss

From ‘the great Handel chorus’ to ‘wild passion and fancy’: Listening to Handel and Purcell in The Mill on the Floss

Delia da Sousa Correa

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‘Late’ Eliot


‘An inordinate number of words’: Epigraphs in Daniel Deronda

‘An inordinate number of words’: Epigraphs in Daniel Deronda

Eirian Yem

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Hospitality in Silas Marner and Daniel Deronda

Hospitality in Silas Marner and Daniel Deronda

Josephine McDonagh

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George Eliot, Hegel, and Middlemarch

George Eliot, Hegel, and Middlemarch

Isobel Armstrong

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Sympathy–Antipathy in Daniel Deronda

Sympathy–Antipathy in Daniel Deronda

Carolyn Burdett

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Artificial Intelligence: George Eliot, Ernst Kapp, and the Projections of Character

Artificial Intelligence: George Eliot, Ernst Kapp, and the Projections of Character

Helen Small

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Afterword


Afterword

Afterword

John Rignall

2020-03-20 Issue 29 • 2020 • George Eliot 1819–2019 in 19