[Patch.com] - And the ill-advised semester I registered for three novel seminars: The American Novel to 1863, The 19 th Century British Novel, and a George Eliot seminar. One particularly memorable week (for all the wrong reasons), I had to read Moby Dick (656
[PRLog.Org (press release)] - The handover of the role of chair took place during the Chair's Reception held at Coventry University's George Eliot Building. Around 60 people attended and were also provided with a guided tour of the city's 2-Tone Museum. Philip Costigan said: “It
[Forbes] has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned. --WILLIAM CONGREVE The price of hating other human beings is loving oneself less. --ELDRIDGE CLEAVER Hatred is like fire--it makes even light rubbish deadly. --GEORGE ELIOT.
[MyBoox] - Des propos misogynes auxquels son ancienne éditrice, Diana Athill, n'a pas tardé à répondre : "Il a toujours été irritable, mais là il semble avoir perdu son emprise. Il est ridicule […] il suffit de penser à des auteurs comme George Eliot et Jane
Day trips to exciting places (definitely to include the beach). Organising those ominous boxes stacked in the study, which have been there for months. Ploughing through George Eliot's Middlemarch in preparation for next year.
[ILAB] - Although the rise of this fictional genre began in earnest in the mid 1950s, its roots can be traced as far back as Anthony Trollope's novel of provincial Anglican preferment, Barchester Towers, and - more to the point - George Eliot's Middlemarch
[Town Topics] - Think of it: nine brilliant period movies made for home viewing, three adapted from Charles Dickens, two each from Anthony Trollope and Elizabeth Gaskell, one each from Samuel Richardson and George Eliot, all made between and by the same
[Dagbladet.no] - Mine favorittforfattere er Charles Dickens og George Eliot. Dickens var enestående når han skildret en scene, alt kommer til live, fullt av detaljer. Jeg liker forfattere som skriver slik, Marcel Proust. Og James Joyce, selv om jeg trøbler litt med
[Herald Scotland] - One of America's most respected if underrated novelists, working in the tradition of Hemingway and Conrad, Stone is no more a man's writer than George Eliot or Jane Austen are just for women. He, like them, is a literary novelist, there to be read by
[Pocket Gamer] - It isn'ta tribute to the marriage-affirming March of the Penguins, nor is it a sequel to George Eliot's serial on provincial life in Victorian England, Middlemarch. Instead, March of Heroes from Gameloft - the first of the company's four
My own experience and development deepen everyday my conviction that our moral progress may be measured by the degree in which we sympathize with individual suffering and individual joy. - Letter to Charles Bray (15 November 1857).
[The Hill (blog)] - There was a great English writer in the 19th century, George Eliot. It's a she. That was a pseudonym in those days. George Eliot predicted over a century ago that once established the Jewish state -- here's what she said, “The Jewish state will shine
[The Next Web] - Although you'll find plenty of novels from classic authors of the time, like Thomas Hardy and George Eliot, it's the obscure books that are unlikely to emerge on platforms like the Kindle that are particularly interesting.
[The Independent Weekly] - It doesn't matter what idiom or aesthetic you words partake of, really, as long as you command them: that's why, for example, authors as disparate as George Eliot and TS Eliot—and Elliott Smith—are great writers. But back to Torres: It didn't help
[Salon] - "Taking myself out of it, you only have to think of authors like George Eliot, or Jane Austen -- you cannot take it seriously. The books may be slightly different in nature because of different experiences, but I don't think gender has anything to do
[Entertainment Weekly] - Something tells us the producers knew the season 5 finale would likely be the series finale when they ended it with Nora quoting George Eliot in voiceover at Sarah's wedding — “It's never too late to be what you might have been” — and dancing to Lady
[The Millions] a gift from her father on her twenty-first birthday; there were the dog-eared paperbacks assigned in her college courses, a lot of Dickens, a smidgen of Trollope, along with good helpings of Austen, George Eliot, and the redoubtable Bronte sisters.
[haGalil onLine] - Die große englische Schriftstellerin George Eliot sagte vor über einem Jahrhundert voraus,dass der jüdische Staat nach seiner Gründung „wie ein heller Stern der Freiheit inmitten der Despotien des Ostens“ leuchten werde. Nun,sie hatte Recht.