George Eliot welcomes you into her sitting room, in her later years to chat about her life.
Previous performances, both sold out and received wide acclaim. A one-woman poetic play about the relationship between George Eliot and her partner, George Henry Lewes. Wherever you are in , welcome to Weimar in The annual civic service held annually by the mayor of Nuneaton and Bedworth.
A great opportunity to read one the major novels of the world in company with others, and guided by acknowledged expert George Eliot academics. This exhibition will reveal the woman and explore how she became George Eliot.
This is the first of two open weekends at Astley Castle, curtesy Landmark Trust. This is an annual event which we hope will attract more attention than usual.
Again, if you wish to be involved, perhaps lay a wreath, please contact us. During the course of the evening we will relate the experience to how Eliot used gypsies in her writing. George Eliot Fellowship is delighted to be able to welcome you to this one off performance inside the beautiful castle at Astley, courtesy of Landmark Trust.
Locally renowned artists will be performing a selection music, some of which will reflect the times of George Eliot. Come and see some of the rarer George Eliot items held behind the scenes in Warwickshire County Council's collections at Nuneaton Library.
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This workshop collaborates with Glasgow Museums Resource Centre to investigate how generational identities — particularly that of the cohort — might look different when we view them through the lens of the material culture they generated and left behind. This conference will focus on the lives and afterlives of Queen Victoria and George Eliot, both born in and both defining figures in our understanding of the Victorian period.
This is a major event and will attract delegates from all over the world. Eliot was born in South Farm, Nuneaton where she lived for four months before the family moved to nearby Griff House.
Brought up in the Anglican tradition, Eliot also had early contact with the dissenting churches, which was later to influence both her religious thought and writing. After her contact with the radical group of thinkers known as the Rosehill circle, she found it increasingly difficult to accept Christian doctrine and stopped attending church in , at the age of Her long-term relationship with the already married George Henry Lewes saw Eliot become even more distanced from the religion of her upbringing and its social prescriptions.
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