Abstract

“Examining George Eliot” investigates an important and often overlooked indication of the critical reception of Eliot’s novels, their appearance as set texts for formal examinations in Britain’s colonial and postcolonial worlds. In the context of a consideration of the mid-Victorian examination mania, this article addresses the handling of Eliot’s work in the major venue for international examinations of English literature conducted by Cambridge University.

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