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9780393974522

Middlemarch (Norton Critical Editions)

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  • ISBN13:

    9780393974522

  • ISBN10:

    0393974529

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-12-17
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

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Summary

This panoramic work--considered the finest novel in English by many critics--offers a complex look at English provincial life at a crucial historical moment, and, at the same time, dramatizes and explores some of the most potent myths of Victorian literature. The text of this edition comesfrom the Clarendon Middlemarch, the first critical edition of the novel.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
The Text of Middlemarch
1(674)
Backgrounds
Letter to Sara Sophia Hennell (9 October 1843)
519(13)
George Eliot
From The Natural History of German Life (1856)
520(1)
From Amos Barton (1857)
521(1)
Journal (30 November 1858)
522(1)
From Adam Bede (1859)
523(3)
Letter to Charles Bray (5 July 1859)
526(1)
Letter to Mme. Eugene Bodichon (26 December 1860)
526(1)
Letter to Mme. Eugene Bodichon (15 February 1862)
527(1)
Letter to Frederic Harrison (15 August 1866)
528(1)
Letter to Clifford Allbutt (August 1868)
529(1)
From Notes on Form in Art (1868)
529(3)
Journal (1 January 1869)
532(1)
Letter to John Blackwood (7 May 1871)
532(1)
George Henry Lewes
Letter to George Eliot (20 July 1871)
533(1)
John Blackwood
Letter to John Blackwood (4 August 1872)
534(2)
George Eliot
Letter to Harriet Beecher Stowe (October? 1872)
534(1)
Journal (1 January 1873)
535(1)
Letter to Harriet Beecher Stowe (11 November 1874)
535(1)
Letter to Annie Crow (24 September 1876)
536(1)
Emily Davies
From Leaves from a Notebook (1871-79)
537(36)
George Eliot
Quarry for ``Middlemarch''
539(34)
Criticism
Contemporary Reviews
Saturday Review • Middlemarch
573(2)
[Sidney Colvin] • Middlemarch
575(3)
George Eliot's Middlemarch
578(3)
Henry James
George Eliot
581(1)
Joseph Jacobs
[On Middlemarch]
582(5)
Leslie Stephen
Recent Criticism
Fiction and the ``Matrix of Analogy''
587(6)
Mark Schorer
History by Indirection: The Era of Reform in Middlemarch
593(4)
Jerome Beaty
Conservative Reform in Middlemarch
597(9)
Cherry Wilhelm
The Moral Imagination of George Eliot
606(12)
Bert G. Hornback
``Stealthy Convergence'' in Middlemarch
618(5)
Robert B. Heilman
Women, Energy, and Middlemarch
623(7)
Lee R. Edwards
Middlemarch: The Romance of Vocation
630(10)
Alan Mintz
Middlemarch as a Religious Novel, or Life without God
640(9)
T. R. Wright
``Not a Church, but an Individual Who Is His or Her Own Church'': Religion in George Eliot's Middlemarch
649(7)
Matthew Rich
What Rosy Knew: Language, Learning and Lore in Middlemarch
656(7)
Alan Shelston
Allusive Mischaracterization in Middlemarch
663(12)
Claudia Moscovici
A Chronology 675(2)
George Eliot
Selected Bibliography 677

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