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Listing for Author: George Henry Lewes


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1850-1899'As a circuit preacher Pyke introduced farm people to Milton, Carlyle, Ruskin and Tolstoy. His own reading ranged from...Richard Pyke George Henry LewesHistory of PhilosophyPrint: Book
1800-1849Charlotte Bronte to G. H. Lewes, 12 January 1848: 'What induced you to say that you would rather have written "Pride &...Charlotte Bronte George Henry LewesletterManuscript: Letter
1850-1899Charlotte Bronte to William Smith Williams, 10 January 1850: 'I have received and perused the "Edinburgh Review" [cont...Charlotte Bronte George Henry LewesReview of Charlotte Bronte, ShirleyPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'G went at 8 and I spent the evening alone for the first time since we have been at Berlin. I read G's Farce - Robson'...George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[a farce]Manuscript: UnknownUnknown
1850-1899'Came home and copied Goethe's discourse on Shakespeare. Read, at dinner, his wonderful observations on Spinoza. Parti...George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[draft of Life of Goethe]Manuscript: Unknown, MS of Lewes' book
1850-1899'Staid at home this evening and read G's M.S. Book 3. Took a little walk under the Linden and afterwards read Twelfth ...George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewesbook in MS, perhaps his Life of GoetheManuscript: Unknown, book M.S.
1850-1899'In the evening began Macaulay's History of England. Richard III and G's M.S. on Goethe's scientific labours'. George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewespart of the MS of his Life of GoetheManuscript: Unknown, MS of book
1850-1899'Read G.'s MS. of Friendship between Schiller and Goethe'. George Eliot [pseud] George Henry LewesMS of his Life of GoetheManuscript: Unknown, MS of book
1850-1899'Read... G's article on Mad Dogs which he was going to send to Edinburgh'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[MS article on Mad Dogs]Manuscript: Sheet, MS of article
1850-1899'I am now in the middle of G's "Aristotle", which gives me great delight'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry LewesAristotle, a Chapter from the History of ScienceManuscript: Sheet, prob. in MS as publ. 1864
1850-1899'in the evening I read G.'s article on Grote's Plato'.George Eliot [pseud.] George Henry Lewes[article on Grote's Plato]Manuscript: Unknown, ms of article
1850-1899'I walked to Grossmutter's and read her a letter of G's'.George Eliot [pseud.] George Henry Lewes[letter]Manuscript: Letter
1850-1899'Began to read "Principles of Success in Literature".'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes"Principles of Success in LiteraturePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read M.S. 'Social Function' and Physical Basis'.George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[Social Function...]Manuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read M.S. 'Social Function' and Physical Basis'.George Eliot [pseud] George Henry LewesPhysical Basis of Mind, ThePrint: Book
1850-1899'Wrote memories and lived with him all day. Read in his diary 1874 - "Wrote verses to Polly - Wrote verses on Polly".'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[journal, 1874]Manuscript: Unknown, journal
1850-1899'Began Revision of Problem II. Revised Introduction. Finished 2nd reading of Psychological Principles'.George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[various works Eliot was revising]Manuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read my darling's book on the Spanish Drama'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry LewesSpanish Drama, ThePrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read my darling's first article on Goethe'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[first article on Goethe]Print: UnknownManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Reading Problem III'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[probably] Problems of Life and Mind; Third Series: Mind as a Function of OrganismManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'read my darling's M.S. on Language'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[on language]Manuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Made list of his articles, and read His article on Philosophy in France, 1843'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[article on Philosophy in France]Print: Unknown
1850-1899'Read 'Dwarfs and Giants' with which many memories are connected of far off Richmond Days'.George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[essay on Dwarfs and Giants]Print: Unknown
1850-1899'Grote on the Sophists - then History of Philosophy to compare'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry LewesBiographical History of Philosophy, APrint: Book
1850-1899'History of Philosophy. Pollock's Sketch of Clifford. Life of Goethe. Homer'.George Eliot [pseud] George Henry LewesLife and Works of Goethe, ThePrint: Book
1850-1899'Finished reading "Life and Works of Goethe" with great admiration and delight.'George Eliot [pseud] George Henry LewesLife and Works of GoethePrint: Book
1850-1899'I read his letters, and packed them together, to be buried with me. Perhaps that will happen before next November'.George Eliot [pseud] George Henry Lewes[letters to George Eliot]Manuscript: Letter
1850-1899Letter to Barbara Leigh Smith from Bessie Raynor Parkes, 19 March 1856: 'What shall I say about Goethe? When I have do...Bessie Raynor Parkes George Henry LewesLife of GoethePrint: Book
1850-1899'But by a lucky chance I happened upon a book included in Lubbock's "hundred" -George Henry Lewes's "Biographical Hist...Thomas A. Jackson George Henry LewesBiographical History of PhilosophyPrint: Book
1800-1849[Charlotte Bronte (as 'Currer Bell') to G. H. Lewes, 22 November 1847:] 'I have now read "Ranthorpe." I could not g...Charlotte Bronte George Henry LewesRanthorpePrint: Book


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