The new volume from New Yorker staffer Rebecca Mead delves into a book she's returned to many times since her first reading at the age of 17: George Eliot's Middlemarch. Her thoughtful (re)consideration of the novel speaks not only of literary love, but also how artwork can help us understand change in our own lives.
Rebecca Mead: My Life in Middlemarch
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