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No fourth try for Jane Austen’s books, not yet

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So, I have enjoyed so much reading Thomas Hardy’s masterpieces and currently have praised George Eliot’s ‘The Mill on the Floss’. Even, I put Charles Dickens’ Our Mutual Friend’ in my to-be read novel. 494 more words


of men being douchebags

This is essentially a rant, and you may find that there is no point to this post at all, but read on if you must! 251 more words


Why the ending of “The Mill on the Floss” is a drawback

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I honestly say I am disappointed with the finale of “The Mill on the Floss”. This is a bold statement but that’s the ugly truth. 774 more words


"The Mill On The Floss" by George Eliot

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Although Tom and Maggie Tullier are siblings, they have opposite characteristics. Tom is a very proud boy. He rarely causes troubles and his behavior defines his background as the first son of Mr. 2,106 more words