His other important novels are Ion, dealing with peasant life, and Ciuleandra, a psychological novel.
The critics of her own time were satisfied that she had done this, and that she had founded the psychological novel.
But the psychological novel, I gathered, was not to his taste.
She brought the psychological novel to a degree of perfection which has never been surpassed.
She returned to her own strenuous business of building up the psychological novel.
(d) A.'s general perception of these things and his weighing of values, a phase solely for the psychological novel.
The psychological novel and the problem play deal with these truths.
The psychological novel of George Eliot, just emerging, found here a rival even more subtle.
We can hardly imagine George Eliot writing in the first person: the “psychological novel” demands the third.
We can hardly imagine George Eliot writing in the first person: the "psychological novel" demands the third.