Browse Sort by: Title "Shake hands; Good-by." "The little bridal procession" "To ask the name of this town" "That's ended!" "She held the door wide" "She turned from the window with gladness in her eyes" "The father whose return is greeted by young voices" "A beautiful nap in the gig" "Eppie's play" "Eppie frisking" "A chance meeting" "Like little dogs face to face" "Here sat Eppie" "Sat on Dolly's knee" "Beset by mothers" "All eyes were bent on Silas Marner" "Inviting Silas with much chuckling" "Silas fell on his knees" "In perfect contentment" Godfrey's wife "Holding his son Aaron between his knees" The gay procession "Dr. Kimble making himself agreeable to his feminine patients" "His hospitality rayed out" "Wheeled her round" Arrivals at the Red House. The "Carril" Aaron Peeping "'Ring the bell for my ale, will you.'" "He was seen setting off" "The long pipes" "The company at the 'Rainbow.'" The Cry of Desolation "A present from Miss Priscilla" "The object of his search" "At the covert side" "The rarer pleasure of seeing Miss Nancy Lammeter" "The risk of fording streams" "With a heavy bag on his back" "Take to their legs in terror" "The children always called him 'Old Master Marner.'" Shepperton Church Choir Janet Dempster Shepperton Village Portrait of Eppie Mr. Tulliver and Mrs. Moss Maggie and Lucy The Damaged Muslin Mrs. Tulliver and Mr. Wakem Maggie and the Gypsy Mr. Bulstrode and Raffles Fred Vincy and Peter Featherstone Esther and Felix at the Stile Deronda and Kalonymos Mirah and Mordecai Lydia Glasher and Gwendolen at the Whispering Stones Grandcourt and Gwendolen at the Archery Tournament Dinah Morris Hetty and Arthur Donnithorne in the Wood "She retreated to her father's chair again, and held him round the neck." "He felt his heart begin to beat violently, and for a few moments he was unable to stretch out his hand and grasp the restored treasure." "Lizzie advanced without hesitation, and put out one hand, while she fingered her coral necklace with the other." "She sinks down on her knees, takes the dear hand in her arms, and kisses the cold forehead." Just on the slope by a clump of laurels, where they can see the sunbeams sparkling among the water-lilies "My dear - dear - husband - you have been - very - good to me." "She lingered at the door before she gathered courage to knock." Aunt Glegg learns the breadth of Bob's thumb "'What am I to write, father?' said Tom." "'What does all this mean, Mrs. Tulliver?' said Mr. Wakem." "'Here, my dear, try if you can eat a bit o' this.'" "It was one of their happy mornings." '"'It is coming, Maggie!' Tom said, in a deep hoarse voice, loosing the oars, and clasping her." The Original Illustrated Initial from 'Brother Jacob' in the Cornhill Magazine (1864) Mother's Guineas The Blood Transfusion (La Transfusion du Sang) "His doublet loose, his right arm backward flung, / His left caressing close the long-necked lute." "Fedalma, it is Silva!" How Lisa Loved the King "He cried again - and I held my hand, and my heart said, 'Die!' - and he sank" "Ah, the dear head, the dear head!" said Mordecai, in a low loving tone, laying his thin hand gently on the curls "A man in threadbare clothing was seated on a stool against some bookshelves" "Here I have listened to the messages of earth and sky" “Here Gwendolen seemed a Calypso among her nymphs” “But in the course of that survey her eyes met Deronda's” “They sat in that way without looking at each other, until the rain abated and began to fall in stillness” "But talk of an independent politician and he will appear" “‘Mamma!’ said Rosamond blushing deeply” “The painter said, ‘It is as Santa Clara that I want you to stand’” “Mary looked up with some roguishness at Fred” “The soul that was born anew to music was born anew to love” “He stroked the satin head, and said in his gentlest voice, ‘How do you do, Lizzie? will you give me a kiss?’” “While this conversation was going forward, Dickey had been furtively stroking and kissing the soft white hand” “A large man in a smock-frock, with a pitchfork in his hand, rushed up to Mr. Freely and hugged him, crying out, ‘Zavy, Zavy, b'other Zavy!’” "’My little lady, where are you going to?’ the gypsy said” "Why did she stand before me with the candle in her hand, with her cruel contemptuous eyes fixed on me, and the glittering serpent, like a familiar demon, on her breast?" "Go gently before she wakes" “A man with a sabre in his hand was taking the command” “He was looking up at her quite calmly” "And you will put the crown to the mortification of my life, Harold" "My child! I'll go with you" "I am waiting for something else" “[Maggie was] looking darkly radiant from under her beaver-bonnet” “In utter amazement, Silas fell on his knees” “Tito rose and was about to move away” “Tessa looked up and saw a lady in black” "He pushed her to the entrance...and thrust her out." "She laid her hand upon his shoulder; I repeated 'I am ready.'" "'Father, I have not been good to you; But I will be, I will be,' said Esther, laying her head on his knee." "He spread his tents upon the grassy plain / Which, eastward widening like the open main, / Showed the first whiteness 'neath the morning star." "Alone amid the hills at first he tried / His winged song." "Yet quiet, lowly as a meek white dove, / That with its presence teaches gentleness." "The house was held / As if a storm were listening with delight / And hushed its thunder." "Would sing as finely to this suffering child, / As at the court where princes on him smiled." "Our meadow-path had memorable spots: / One where it bridged a tiny rivulet." "Night-black the charger, black the rider's plume." "Bright, O bright Fedalma!" "Circling, she lightly bends and lifts on high / The multitudinous-sounding tambourine." "I'll put them on, / Help me, my lord, and you shall see me now / Somewhat as I shall look at Court with you." "You, my child - are you / Halting and wavering?" "Lamps burning low make little atmospheres / Of light amid the dimness." "Where the little stream / Parts a green hollow 'twixt the gentle slopes." "A figure came from out the olive trees." Savonarola and Romola "Down fell the great chief" "Silva, if now between us came a sword" "He rose and gave his arm to Bulstrode" "Raffles started up and stared round him in terror" "Do you suppose that I ever disbelieved in you?" "What is the matter? You are distressed." "Grandcourt saw it and saw that it was attracting Deronda’s notice" Death of Tito The Little Bridal Procession Solomon marched forward at the head of the gay procession Seated on the pillion behind her tall, erect father "And what must you be letting him have my money for?" "Robbed!" said Silas, gaspingly "Suppose, now, you get the money yourself, and save me the trouble, eh?" "The minister asked him if he knew where he had left that knife?" "Be quick. What has he done with my horse?" Klesmer made a low bow in silent irony "Do trust me. Let me help you." "How I pity all the other girls at the archery meeting!" "Her eyes met Deronda's" "Oh, I am not sure that I want to be taken care of." "She stood, divested of all personal considerations, whether of vanity or shyness." "Felix went straight to this platform and stepped upon it, crying 'Halt!'" "Come now, you'll say I used to be a Tory." "You really have no idea what an impression it conveys when you say you are a radical." "There were trim cheerful villages." Tito and Baldassare Tito introduced "A steadfast form that held him with its thought" "But he who wears a solitary chain heading the file, has turned to face Fedalma" "Why, my lads, how's this?" "She saw... something which made her pause motionless." "Wake, dear, wake! Listen to me." "I'm no more drunk nor you are, nor so much." "Promise me, Papa, that you will consent to what we wish." "I've made two wills, and I'm going to burn one. Now you do as I tell you." "This is come to pass and the rest will come." She sang Beethoven's "Per Pieta Non Dirmi Addio" Was it a fit of madness? "Do you command me to go?" She was the victim of his happiness If, because of anything her brother said to him, he went away Mirah mused a little Wheeled past the group with an unmoved face "Stay a minute, Liebchen" Dr. Sprague was superfluously tall Mrs. Farebrother welcomed the guest "I have brought a little petitioner." "My dear young lady - Miss Brooke - Dorothea!" "It's all one to me. I can make five codicils." Maggie's Garret History of the Devil "A bullet whizzed past through Felix Holt's shoulder … Felix fell." "You are very beautiful." "Mrs. Holt sat on a stool, in singular relief against the pedestal of the Apollo." "'Let me go, you scoundrel,' said Harold, fiercely, 'or I'll be the death of you.'" "She heard herself called 'Mother!' and felt a light kiss on each cheek." Dorothea finds her husband in the garden Maynard Gilfil hears Caterina singing Hetty Sorrel at the pool Silas Marner at his loom Maggie Tulliver rescues Tom Adam Bede gives a rose to Hetty Dolly Winthrop, coach and teacher Nancy and Godfrey Cass The New Gold The Old Gold "Brother and Sister" Hetty has a visitor Hetty Sorrel Dinah Morris Esther Lyon Esther receives Felix in her kitchen The Reverend Lyon receives a Christian of sorts Rufus Lyon encounters Annette Ledru in distress Dorothea working for her man Dorothea at the Vatican Will Ladislaw calls upon the widow With the man she loves More wife than he had bargained for The Lydgates do not understand each other "They will marry; yes, they will" The Bulstrodes Peter Featherstone, Mary Garth, Mrs. Waule, and Rosamond Mr. Raffles’ demise is imminently expected Gwendolen Harleth Julius Klesmer Comes to Listen to Mirah Going Fishing Two Lovers by a Moss-Grown Spring At the Well Will His Eyes Open? The Benediction Drifting Away Tessa at Home But You Will Help Me A Prophetess Monna Brigida's Conversion Waiting by the River A Dangerous Colleague The Visible Madonna Romola in her Place “Father, I will be guided” A Supper in the Rucellai Gardens The Black Marks Become Magic Escaped Baldassarre Makes an Acquaintance "You didn't think it was so pretty, did you?" The Painted Record Coming Home The Young Wife Niccolo at Work The Escaped Prisoner Florence Expects a Guest A Florentine Joke The Dying Message Illustration of Florence "Armgart, dear Armgart, only speak to me" "Place for the queen of song!" "He sought the screen / Of thorny thickets, and there fell unseen" Lisa "Across the homestead to the rookery elms, / Whose tall old trunks had each a grassy mound" "Come with me to the mountain" Fair Countess Linda The Embarkment "'Tis a Sword" My Father Comes Fedalma Dances in the Street Death of Zarca Deep Mountain Gorge Fedalma, the Spanish Gypsy The Troubador Fedalma Deronda and Mirah Deronda Meets his Mother Gwendolen Grandcourt and Gwendolen and the Poisoned Diamonds Gwendolen at the Gaming-Table Dorothea, Ladislaw, and Rosamond Dr. Lydgate and Rosamond Dorothea Finds her Husband in the Garden Mary Garth Refuses Mr. Featherstone's Offer Celia Mr. Casaubon and Dorothea Dorothea Esther Lyon and Harold Transome Felix Wounded in the Riot Felix Holt and Job Tudge Esther Lyon Romola at the Well Niccolo Machiavelli The Visible Madonna Girolamo Savonarola Tito Melema Tito and the Ring Romola Lucy and Maggie Maggie and Stephen The Hall Farm The Donnithorne Arms Adam Bede Hayslope Church Hetty Sorrel Dinah Morris Preaching at Hayslope Janet at Mrs. Pettifer's Door Shepperton Village Shepperton Church The Peasants' Fair The First Kiss Tito's Dilemma Under the Plane-Tree A Recognition Dawning Hopes The Blind Scholar and his Daughter Untitled Illustration, Chapter 1 The Shipwrecked Stranger "Suppose you let me look at myself"