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Adam Bede / Edition 1

Adam Bede / Edition 1

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by George Eliot
     
 

ISBN-10: 1551113643

ISBN-13: 9781551113647

Pub. Date: 08/19/2005

Publisher: Broadview Press

This is a broadly contextualized and reasonably priced edition of George Eliot’s popular and ambitious first novel.

Overview

This is a broadly contextualized and reasonably priced edition of George Eliot’s popular and ambitious first novel.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781551113647
Publisher:
Broadview Press
Publication date:
08/19/2005
Series:
Broadview Editions Series
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
642
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
George Eliot: A Brief Chronology
A Note on the Text
Adam Bede
Appendix A: Realism, Morality, and Fiction
1. George Eliot's Early Attitudes to Fiction a. Letter to Maria Lewis, 16 March 1839
b. Letter to Sarah Hennell, 9 February 1849
2. George Eliot and George Henry Lewes on the Nature and Function of the Novel a. From Lewes's "Recent Novels: French and English," Fraser's Magazine
(December 1847)
b. From Lewes's Review of Elizabeth Gaskell's Ruth and Charlotte Brontë's Villette, Westminster Review (April 1853)
c. From Eliot's Reviews of Charles Kingsley's Westward Ho!, Geraldine Jewsbury's Constance Herbert, and Goethe's Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship, Westminster Review (July 1855), and Leader (July 1855)
3. Realism a. From John Ruskin's Modern Painters (1856)
b. Eliot's Response to Ruskin, Westminster Review (April 1856)
c. From George Eliot's Review of Wilhelm Heinrich Riehl's Die Naturgeschicte des deutschen Volkes als Grundlage einer deutschen Social Politik, Westminster Review (July 1856)
Appendix B: The Genesis and Publication of Adam Bede: From Eliot's Letters and Journals
Appendix C: The Trial and Execution of Mary Voce, 1802
1. An Account of the Experience and Happy Death of Mary Voce
2. The Life, Character, Behaviour at the Place of Execution and Dying Speech of Mary Voce
3. A full and particular Account of the Life, Trial, and Behaviour of Mary Voce
Appendix D: The Reception of Adam Bede
1. From a Letter from Jane Welsh Carlyle, 20 February 1859
2. From a Letter from Charles Dickens, 10 July 1859
3. The Times (12 April 1859)
4. Bentley's Quarterly Review (July 1859)
5. The Saturday Review (26 February 1859)
6. The London Quarterly Review (July 1861)
7. Henry James, The Atlantic Monthly (October 1866)
Appendix E: The Religious Background
1. Methodism: From the Journals of John Wesley
2. Women Preachers a. Saint Paul b. From John Wesley's Letters (1761, 1769)
c. From the Journal of Ann Gilbert, 1771
d. Sarah Crosby's Experience, 1768
e. Elizabeth Evans and Mary Voce, 1802
f. Marriage for Women Preachers
3. Contemporary Religious Thought a. From David Friederich Strauss, The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined (1835-36)
b. From Ludwig Feuerbach, The Essence of Christianity (1841)
c. From Charles Hennell, An Inquiry into the Origin of Christianity (1838)
d. From Herbert Spencer, First Principles (1862)
4. Eliot's Religious Beliefs a. From a Letter to Maria Lewis, 18 August 1838
b. From a Letter to Her Father, 28 February 1842
c. From Eliot's Review of Works by John Cumming, Westminster Review (October 1855)
d. From a Letter to François d'Albert-Durade, 6 December 1859
e. From a Letter to Mme Eugène Bodichon (Barbara Leigh Smith), 26 December 1860
Select Bibliography and Further Reading

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FYI, this free Google download is only Volume 2 of 2. Even though it looks like you will be getting the full book, this ebook is only the second half, beginning with Chapter 27.
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