I looked around online a bit to see if I could find any images of George Eliot's rooms to add to this collection, but I couldn't seem to come up with one, though I learned that the museum in Nuneaton, Coventry has a "recreated drawing room" in which "they display her grand piano and writing desk."
I find it interesting the particular kind of attachment different writers inspire in their readers. George Eliot certainly has many devoted readers (and a virtual visit to her grave provides evidence that they can be as passionate or as sentimental as, say, the average Bronte devotee--and, as a side note, apparently indifferent to the irony of leaving Bible verses as tributes to a famous non-believer). But I think it's safe to say that she is not cherished by the general reading public the way Dickens is, or the Brontes are, and certainly not the way Jane Austen is. If the