As an aid to those who may wish to carry further the preceding study of George Eliot, the following bibliography and lists of references have been compiled. In their preparation constant use has been made of Poole’s Index of Periodical Literature, the bibliography contained in The Manchester Literary Club Papers for 1881, and a list of references published in The Literary World (Boston) for February 24, 1883. Numerous additions have been made to these bibliographies, while the references have been verified as far as possible. An occasional reference given in these lists has not been discoverable, as that of the Manchester Club to the London Quarterly Review for January, 1874, for an article on “George Eliot and Comtism,” and Poole’s reference to the same article in the London Quarterly, 47:446. This will be found in the number for January 1877, volume ninety-four.
1846. The Life of Jesus, by Strauss.
Translated from the fourth German
edition, 3 vols. Chapman Brothers, London.
1852-3. Assistant editor of the Westminster Review.
1852. The Westminster Review for January contained
her notice of
Carlyle’s Life of John Sterling.
In the July number appeared her article on The Lady Novelists.
1854. The Essence of Christianity, by Feuerbach.
Translated from the
second German edition. John Chapman, London.
Westminster Review for October published her Woman
Madame de Sable.
She wrote, it is supposed, occasionally for The Leader newspaper, of which journal Lewes was the literary editor. None of her contributions have been identified. [Footnote: There is a nearly complete set of The Leader in the Boston Athenaeum Library.]
1855. Westminster Review, October, Evangelical Teaching: Dr. Cumming.
1856. Westminster Review, January, German
Wit: Heinrich Heine. July,
The Natural History of German Life. October, Silly Novels by