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Tact by Russell David;

From Essay to Novel

It is the task of this book to keep the essay in mind; but by way of conclusion, I will take a closer look at Eliot’s first novel, her 1859 Adam Bede, as a transition from the essay to the novel form, to suggest that the novel itself can be read as all about a transition from a revelatory narrative to a suggestion of its alternatives. As I have claimed, characters who live millenarily are a focus of Eliot’s moral commentary. This is nowhere more true than in the case of Arthur Donnithorne, the squire in waiting and well-meaning villain of the village of Hayslope. His affair with the dairymaid Hetty Sorrel shatters the calm life of the village, and ruins the lives of both Hetty and her child by Arthur, whom she abandons to its death. Arthur is led into his crimes, not by the determined callousness of the conventional melodramatic squire (as would be familiar, for example, from Coventry Patmore’s 1844 poem “The Woodman’s Daughter,” rendered to acclaim in paint by John Everett Millais in 1851), but by his conviction of his own invulnerability—underwritten by his personal millennium. He is presented by the narrator as “a good fellow,” who must in the future come to good, as a “sea-worthy vessel that no one would refuse to insure.”34 The free indirect discourse of this description and others suggests this is general village wisdom, and elsewhere we see it frequently compounded in the explicit casuistry of Arthur’s internal speech, and corroborated by individual villagers, as in the satisfaction of Mrs. Poyser, for example, in the view that “every tenant was quite sure things would be different when the reins got into [Arthur’s] hands—there was to be a millennial abundance of new gates, allowances of lime, and returns of ten percent.”35 The characters are living, at least for the moment, within the given assumptions of a silly novel, in which ends must come to good, so that the characters may stand back from their actions even in the doing of them, and set their watches accordingly. Arthur’s is a world in which, in his words, “the future should make amends.”36

But, as readers of this novel know, this futures trading proves disastrous. And for none more than Hetty, who finds the heavy promise of Arthur’s sense of the future to be viscerally suffocating, to “press on her like an invisible weight of air” and to impose on her like a “dark unknown water” that grimly foreshadows the “dark shrouded pool” where she will contemplate suicide.37 The more insistently promising the future, the more tyrannical its “possibilities to which [one can] give no shape,” Eliot suggests, the darker and less sustaining the present. It makes for a daily life in which Arthur can live with himself, but in which Hetty can find no contact with reality, or resources against despair. She kills her child and is sentenced to transportation.

 

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Author:Russell, David;

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Princeton University Press

Published: 2017-09-22T16:00:00+00:00
From Essay to Novel

It is the task of this book to keep the essay in mind; but by way of conclusion, I will take a closer look at Eliot’s first novel, her 1859 Adam Bede, as a transition from the essay to the novel form, to suggest that the novel itself can be read as all about a transition from a revelatory narrative to a suggestion of its alternatives. As I have claimed, characters who live millenarily are a focus of Eliot’s moral commentary. This is nowhere more true than in the case of Arthur Donnithorne, the squire in waiting and well-meaning villain of the village of Hayslope. His affair with the dairymaid Hetty Sorrel shatters the calm life of the village, and ruins the lives of both Hetty and her child by Arthur, whom she abandons to its death. Arthur is led into his crimes, not by the determined callousness of the conventional melodramatic squire (as would be familiar, for example, from Coventry Patmore’s 1844 poem “The Woodman’s Daughter,” rendered to acclaim in paint by John Everett Millais in 1851), but by his conviction of his own invulnerability—underwritten by his personal millennium. He is presented by the narrator as “a good fellow,” who must in the future come to good, as a “sea-worthy vessel that no one would refuse to insure.”34 The free indirect discourse of this description and others suggests this is general village wisdom, and elsewhere we see it frequently compounded in the explicit casuistry of Arthur’s internal speech, and corroborated by individual villagers, as in the satisfaction of Mrs. Poyser, for example, in the view that “every tenant was quite sure things would be different when the reins got into [Arthur’s] hands—there was to be a millennial abundance of new gates, allowances of lime, and returns of ten percent.”35 The characters are living, at least for the moment, within the given assumptions of a silly novel, in which ends must come to good, so that the characters may stand back from their actions even in the doing of them, and set their watches accordingly. Arthur’s is a world in which, in his words, “the future should make amends.”36

But, as readers of this novel know, this futures trading proves disastrous. And for none more than Hetty, who finds the heavy promise of Arthur’s sense of the future to be viscerally suffocating, to “press on her like an invisible weight of air” and to impose on her like a “dark unknown water” that grimly foreshadows the “dark shrouded pool” where she will contemplate suicide.37 The more insistently promising the future, the more tyrannical its “possibilities to which [one can] give no shape,” Eliot suggests, the darker and less sustaining the present. It makes for a daily life in which Arthur can live with himself, but in which Hetty can find no contact with reality, or resources against despair. She kills her child and is sentenced to transportation.

But to stop here would be unsatisfying. Arthur’s story provides a moral

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