For years my favorite line in Middlemarch has been Lady Chettam's He is a gentleman. I heard him talking to Humphrey. He talks well. Now it's got some competition. ‘The strongest slang of
Great tweet, @nathankhensley And wow—you got to take a photo of the Middlemarch manuscript? Is that because it is touring? Or is this one of the BL’s digitized pages? They have
Michael Bloomberg now owns George Eliot's house. @Rebeccamead_NYC draws lessons for the ex-mayor from "Middlemarch." http://t.co/KXFj9gSVzd — TNY Culture Desk (@CultureDesk) July 29, 2015 The
http://classicpenguin.tumblr.com/post/111872903679/for-the-young-doctor-about-to-burn-out Middlemarch makes an unexpected, but apprciated, appearance.
"I do not feel very confident that I can make anything satisfactory of Middlemarch." - George Eliot writing to John Blackwood, 11 Sept. 1869 — Oxford Classics (@OWC_Oxford) July 31,
After discussing Anna Karenina, War and Peace, Madame Bovary, and Half of a Yellow Sun, Smith writes The epic inaction of our summer holidays is perhaps what makes them suitable for the reading