Tag Archives: George Eliot

Bodily integrity, spiritual integrity

I’ve been thinking of what I wrote in a recent post about “my body’s integrity.” I defined this as “the basic confidence that everything is working, that all the parts and systems are functioning together as they should.” I also went … Continue reading

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My Life in Middlemarch: Rebecca Mead’s tribute to George Eliot moves both heart and intellect

My Life in Middlemarch by Rebecca Mead Book review by Nancy Tinari Reading Rebecca Mead’s My Life in Middlemarch gave me a renewed optimism about the endurance of excellent writing and appreciative readers. It reminded me that great writing has … Continue reading

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