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The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot (Short Review)

The Mill on the Floss is another Victorian novel about a woman stuck between a rock and a hard place. Meet Maggie, a young lady who tries to be with her beloved, a dashing young man who cares for her immensely as she is able to look past his physical deformities, whose family, ironically enough, ruined her own; young love is thus tested once again. 181 more words

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Family and National Structures in the Fiction of George Eliot

George Eliot’s novels, The Mill on the Floss and Felix Holt: The Radical, construct relationships between families and nations; however, the relationships between the “family” and “national” structures vary from one another to the other.  1,563 more words

Thank God I Am Done with ‘Adam Bede’, Thank God!

What a great struggle to have finally completed reading ‘Adam Bede’. The effort does not lie on its 561 pages. It goes way more than that. 1,009 more words

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