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The Triptych and the Cross: A Key to George Eliot's Poetic Imagination (The Gotham Library) ePub download

by Felicia Bonaparte

  • Author: Felicia Bonaparte
  • ISBN: 0814710131
  • ISBN13: 978-0814710135
  • ePub: 1170 kb | FB2: 1987 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: New York University Press (March 1, 1979)
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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The Triptych and the Cross: A Key to George Eliot's Poetic Imagination (The Gotham Library) ePub download

An interesting and very elaborate interpretation of George Eliot's Romola

Later on in this book, I maaaybe was thinking I could go a good six months now without seeing the word "Bacchus" again. She labels things as Bacchic, I'm certain, hundreds of times. An interesting and very elaborate interpretation of George Eliot's Romola. I can recommend everyone to read this alongside the novel, as to feel you actually understand Eliot and her very complex story.

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We know from George Eliot’s notes for Adam Bede1 that, from the beginning of her career as a novelist, she was characteristically careful about introducing anything into her fiction that she did not thoroughly understand. In that novel, before dressing her characters in the fashion peculiar to the turn of the century, she read and took notes from Fairholt’s Costume in England. 2 From hose to headgear Hetty Sorrel attempts to be a fashionable lady on a milkmaid’s pay.

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Home George Eliot The Mill on the Floss. Oh, I dare say, Miss Spitfire! I'd never be such a cross thing asyou, making faces like that. The pleasure ofhaving Lucy to look at, and the prospect of the afternoon visit toGarum Firs, where she would hear uncle Pullet's musical box, had beenmarred as early as eleven o'clock by the advent of the hair-dresserfrom St. Ogg's, who had spoken in the severest terms of the conditionin which he had found her hair, holding up one jagged. lock afteranother and saying, "See here! tut, tut, tut!" in a tone of mingleddisgust and pity, which to Maggie's imagination was equivalent to thestrongest expression of public opinion.

The Stefaneschi Altarpiece is a triptych by the Italian medieval painter Giotto, commissioned by Cardinal Giacomo Gaetani Stefaneschi to serve as an altarpiece for one of the altars of Old St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. It is now at the Pinacoteca Vaticana, Rome. It is a rare example in Giotto's work of a documented commission, and includes Giotto's signature, although the date, like most dates for Giotto, is disputed, and many scholars feel the artist's workshop was responsible for its execution

12. Bonaparte, Felicia, The Triptych and the Cross: The Central Myths of George Eliot's Poetic Imagination (New York: New York University Press, 1979).

Baker, William, The George Eliot-George Henry Lewes Library: An Annotated Catalogue of Their Books at Dr. Wdliams's Library, London (New York: Garland, 1977). 8. Essays of George Eliot, ed. Pinney, Thomas (New York: Columbia University Press; London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1963), pp. 261–65. 12. Joseph, Gerhard, The Antigone as Cultural Touchstone: Matthew Arnold, Hegel, George Eliot, Virginia Woolf, and Margaret Drabble, PMLA, 96 (1981), 22–35.

of Mary Ann or Marian Evans, 1819–80, English novelist, b. Arbury, Warwickshire. One of the great English novelists, she was reared in a strict atmosphere of evangelical Protestantism but eventually rebelled and renounced organized religion totally

of Mary Ann or Marian Evans, 1819–80, English novelist, b. One of the great English novelists, she was reared in a strict atmosphere of evangelical Protestantism but eventually rebelled and renounced organized religion totally.