By Nancy Henry
During this leading edge research Nancy Henry introduces new proof that position George Eliot's existence and paintings in the contexts of mid-nineteenth-century British colonialism and imperialism. She examines Eliot's roles as an investor in colonial shares, a mother or father to emigrant sons, and a reader of colonial literature. She highlights the significance of those contexts to our figuring out of Eliot's fiction and her place inside of Victorian tradition. The publication additionally reexamines the assumptions of postcolonial feedback approximately Victorian fiction and its relation to empire.