This collection of linked stories. Gordon links five visionaries who made literary history — George Eliot, Mary Shelley,

Readers of George Eliot’s novel Middlemarch (1871. These narratives are in fact constructed on the fly, by a collection of.

Nuneaton Museum is set to receive a cash boost to help fund a project exploring the life of writer George Eliot. The project has been awarded more than £100,000 after a successful partnership bid.

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had expected a small collection, perhaps around two dozen books. When they first met, Connors brought with him copies of.

But if anybody came to be regarded as an eminent Victorian by the Victorians themselves, it was George Eliot. No less an establishment figure than Victoria herself was an admirer: she sought out the.

A museum spokeswoman said the desk had been in their George Eliot collection since 1917, although records of how they came to own it were lost during World War II. Councillor Ian Lloyd, who is.

Born in England in 1819, novelist and poet George Eliot is best remembered for writing classic. In Scenes of Clerical Life (1858), Eliot’s collection of three short stories, she wrote about the.

The George Eliot Collection, which is being released Tuesday, is a box set of five lavishly produced DVDs of the 19th-century author’s most insightful novels. Perhaps it’s not surprising that the.

The George Eliot Collection, which is being released Tuesday, is a box set of five lavishly produced DVDs of the 19th-century author’s most insightful novels. Perhaps it’s not surprising that the.

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For the occasion there was displayed at the Council House the Nuneaton Library’s collection of George Eliot relics, supplemented by material lent by the Coventry City Library and Museum. They were.

The town has a George Eliot Hospital and an Eliot Business Park, neither of which are likely to appeal to tourists. The library has an extensive collection of the writer’s work, including several.

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There are also excellent museums, such as the vast Boijmans Van Beuningen, which houses a world-class collection of works by old and modern masters, from Rembrandt to Van Gogh to Dalí, and some rare.

The statue was made by John Letts in 1986, on a commission by the George Eliot Fellowship. The library is open every day. It has the largest public collection of George Eliot material in the country.

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"George Eliot was a great international writer and I am sure she. Meanwhile, Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery has a collection of the writer’s pottery and furniture, as well as a reconstruction of.

If you’re like me, you’ll pretty much watch any British TV adaptation of a historical novel. Growing up on PBS’s Masterpiece Theater in the 1970s, long-form British TV was a relatively exotic.

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A museum spokeswoman said the desk had been in their George Eliot collection since 1917, although records of how they came to own it were lost during World War II. Councillor Ian Lloyd, who is.

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Eliot agreed. Her publisher, John Blackwood, became Main’s publisher, and Main went on to become the editor of a collection titled “Wise, Witty, and Tender Sayings, in Prose and Verse, Selected from.