George eliot as a novelist pdf
The philosophy and art of George EliotTuesday, May 31, Last Island. George Eliot as a modern novelist. George Eliot is known as a modern novelist inspite of living in Victorian Age. She wrote in the fashion contrary to that of her contemporaries, Dickens, Thackeray, etc. She is not completely divorced from the traditions. She draws her picture in the Victorian style, but she develops it in a new direction.
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Nor are these first steps in her wonderful intellectual progress any the less, but are all the more noteworthy, for being first steps. She was associate editor of The Westminster Review from to George Eliot is the greatest of the novelists in the delineation of feeling and the analysis of motives. If you say the telling of a story is her forte, you put her below Wilkie Collins or Mrs. Oliphant; if you say her object is to give a picture of English society, she is surpassed by Bulwer and Trollope; if she be called a satirist of society, Thackeray is her superior; if she intends to illustrate the absurdity of behavior, she is eclipsed by Dickens; but if the analysis of human motives be her forte and art, she stands first, and it is very doubtful whether any artist in fiction is entitled to stand second. She reaches clear in and touches the most secret and the most delicate spring of human action.