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George Eliot and the Novel of Vocation

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ISBN 9780674428560

Publication Date: 05/22/1978

193 pages

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  • 1. Ideas and Institutions
  • 2. The Shape of a Life in Biography and Autobiography
  • 3. Middlemarch: The Romance of Vocation
  • 4. Middlemarch: Origins and Taxonomy
  • 5. Middlemarch: Indirection and Identification
  • 6. Middlemarch: Choice and Evasion
  • 7. Daniel Deronda and the Messianic Calling
  • 8. Epilogue: The Craft of Society and the Vocation of Art
  • Notes
  • Index

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