Rebecca Mead

Rebecca Mead was born in London, and grew up in the southwest of England. She was educated at Oxford University and at N.Y.U. Since 1997 she has been a staff writer at The New Yorker, and she is the author of One Perfect Day: the Selling of the American Wedding (Penguin Press, 2007) and My Life in Middlemarch (Crown, 2014).


ARTICLES FEATURING REBECCA

A Novel Life

Middlemarch is, of course, not the only novel that changes with the age of its reader, but it does attract a particular kind of rereading....


Middlemarch and Me

In Middlemarch, George Eliot always seemed to suggest that emotional narrowness is a tragedy rather than a sin....

Middlemarch and Me


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