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It is weakened, for us, because the nature of the choice as George Eliot sees it is
rather different from what it would be for a young woman placed in similar
circumstances today. But that is relatively unimportant. What is important is the ...
One scarcely knows which to admire the more: the sureness of George Eliot's
feelings or the fineness of her literary tact. They are not of course to be separated:
the sureness of her feelings is expressed through her literary tact, and one sign of
But it is no longer exactly new, and it wasn't when George Eliot was writing; and
Felix Holt remains as it were a frozen attitude, almost a propagandist's dummy, as
may be seen if he is compared with his silly old mother, who is alive from the ...
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The Eighteenth Century
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