Marian Evans & George Eliot: A Biography

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Marian Evans & George Eliot
A Biography

BY LAWRENCEand ELISABETH HANSON

Geoffrey Cumberlege OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON NEW YORK TORONTO 1952

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xiii
  • 1 - The Child 1
  • 2 - The Girl 14
  • 3 - The Young Woman 21
  • 4 - Bird Grove 34
  • 5 - The Brays 43
  • 6 - Rosehill 50
  • 7 - Sara Henne 60
  • 8 - Charles Hennell And Rufa Brabant 66
  • 9 - Strauss 71
  • 10 - John Chapman 82
  • 11 - Geneva 94
  • 12 - 142 Strand 106
  • 13 - Exile 115
  • 14 - The Westminster Review 126
  • 15 - Herbert Spencer 131
  • 16 - Interregnum 145
  • 17 - George Henry Lewes 153
  • 18 - Decision 160
  • 19 - Prelude to George Eliot 173
  • 20 - Scenes of Clerical Life 190
  • 21 - Adam Bede 203
  • 22 - Holly Lodge 209
  • 23 - The Mill on the Floss 220
  • 24 - Blandford Square 228
  • 25 - Silas Marner 237
  • 26 - Romola 240
  • 27 - The Priory 249
  • 28 - Felix Holt 255
  • 29 - The Spanish Gypsy 262
  • 30 - Well and Ill 270
  • 31 - Middlemarch 282
  • 32 - Daniel Deronda 290
  • 33 - Madonna 297
  • 34 - The Heights 304
  • 35 - Mrs. John Cross 310
  • Bibliography 319
  • Notes 327
  • Index 379
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