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11 I had stood long alone before it, fascinated by the terrible reality of that cunning, relentless face, till I felt a strange poisoned sensation, as if I had long been inhaling a fatal odour, and was just beginning to be conscious of its effects. Perhaps even then I should not have moved away, if the rest of the party had not returned to this room, and announced that they were going to the Belvedere Gallery to settle a bet which had arisen between my brother and Mr Filmore about a portrait. I followed them dreamily, and was hardly alive to what occurred till they had all gone up to the gallery, leaving me below; for I refused to come within sight of another picture that day.
In this we have a view oflife shared by Thomas Hardy, and inherent in his tragedy of Tess ofthe d'Urbervilles, which seemed like 'a Positive allegory' to the distinguished Positivist Frederic Harrison. In George Eliot's novels criticism of one kind of egoism (pp. 2-3) or another is continually implicit; it is always designed to awaken the humanitarian sympathies which she found deficient in Young. II Two Contrasting Stories 'THE LIFTED VEIL' great was the immediate success of Adam Bede when it made its first appearance - in volume form, in February 1859- that its publisher john Blackwood asked George Eliot if she had a story for his magazine.
I thirsted for the unknown: the thirst is gone. 0 God, let me stay with the known, and be weary of it: I am content. Agony of pain and suffocation- and all the while the earth, the fields, the pebbly brook at the bottom of the rookery, 32 A George Eliot Miscellany the fresh scent after the rain, the light of the morning through my chamber-window, the warmth of the hearth after the frosty airwill darkness close over them for ever? Darkness -darkness - no pain - nothing but darkness : but I am passing on and on through the darkness: my thought stays in the darkness, but always with a sense of moving onward ....
A George Eliot Miscellany: A Supplement to her Novels by F. B. Pinion