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2 edition of Silas Marner. found in the catalog.

Silas Marner.

George Eliot

Silas Marner.

Edited with notes and an introd. by Edward L. Gulick.

by George Eliot

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesMacmillan"s pocket American and English classics
ContributionsGulick, Edward L. 1862-1931.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR4670 G9 1917
The Physical Object
Pagination216p.
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16393002M

He takes her on walks He helps pay for things and donates furniture He reads her bedtime stories He tells her about her mother The church service Silas Marner. book just ended and Silas is walking out with and eighteen-year-old Eppie. It is attracted to a light that comes from the open door of Marner's cottage, where the weaver stands, unaware of the child's presence. Bob Lundy, the butcher of Raveloe. He is sure that Sarah will desert him too, and he takes refuge in his work. She sees a light in the distance.

At night he takes the gold out and plays with it. One foggy night, the two bags of gold are stolen Silas Marner. book Dunstan "Dunsey" Cass, a dissolute younger son of Squire Cass, the town's leading landowner. In order to find out the truth, the church members resort to prayer and drawing of lots, and the lots declare Silas guilty. She drinks her drug just outside of Silas Marner's cottage and slips into an opium stupor. There is the strong suggestion that Silas' best friend, William Dane, has framed him since Silas had lent his pocket knife to William shortly before the crime was committed.

Cliff The founder and previous owner before Mr. He is married to, but estranged from, Molly Farren, an opium -addicted working-class woman living in another town. The shepherd himself, though he had good reason to believe that Silas Marner. book bag held nothing but flaxen thread, or else the long rolls of strong linen spun from that thread, was not quite sure that this trade of weaving, indispensable though it was, could be carried on entirely without the help of the Evil One. This sight gives him the idea of borrowing the money from Marner, but he rather likes the idea of vexing his brother, so he continues to the hunt and makes the sale. Even the children lose their fear of him. Godfrey is glad enough to have the child cared for.


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Although her brother decided to forgive her and welcome her back into the family with a legitimate marriage, she still scandalized society since John was twenty years younger than her.

He is Godfrey's uncle and godfather. Eliot understood the ambitions, fears, and patterns Silas Marner. book human nature, and she skillfully wove these into her story. He settles in Raveloe and takes up the profession as a weaver. He listlessly continues his weaving, and the townspeople stop in periodically, bringing him food and condolences.

Priscilla Lammeter Nancy's sister, a plain-looking Silas Marner. book but not sensitive about it. Godfrey was afraid to tell her that Eppie was his own child.

The Silas Marner. book is buried that week, a stranger to everyone but Godfrey. Dunstan goes there to borrow a lantern and to try to get some money out of the weaver. She has been told of her mother, but she knows nothing of any other father, and she cannot bear to be parted from Silas.

They are very fashionable--also quite ugly and boring. As Silas loves on his child, he begins to open up about his past abuse, becomes more acquainted with his community, and returns to religion. A species of large fox A rank of cavalry officer Someone who shoes horses and generally tends to livestock diseases A knot used to tie off a piece of linen Silas' actions through the years in caring for Eppie have apparently provided joy for everyone, and the extended family celebrates its happiness.

Eliot was even introduced to Princess Louise, the daughter of Queen Victoria. Osgood She and Nancy are very close despite being related only by marriage. Silas comes out of his depression long enough to offer some of the cake to the boy, but the child is too frightened of him to take it.

Winthrop and Aaron close the novel, looking at the fine new garden that, with Mr. The pub owner calls for Jem Rodney to help him. Once he gives help to a woman who is ill by treating her with herbs as his mother taught him, but this action gives him a reputation as a maker of charms.

Marner stands up to Godfrey, saying that he passed up the blessing of Eppie when he had his chance, and that he has no right to the child now.

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He blackmails his older brother, until he disappears. When he sees something golden on his floor, he at first thinks it is his gold. His entrance causes Godfrey both fear and hope because he recognizes the Silas Marner. book as Silas Marner.

book own, and he hopes that he may be free at last. She has a set of codes that she lives by, that seem to be haphazard sometimes.Dec 14,  · Embittered by a false accusation, disappointed in friendship and love, the weaver Silas Marner retreats into a long twilight life alone with his loom and his gold.

Silas hoards a treasure that kills his spirit until fate steals it from him and replaces it with a golden-haired founding magicechomusic.com by: Silas Marner (Bantam Classics) by George Eliot and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at magicechomusic.com In the village of Raveloe lives a weaver named Silas Marner.

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He is viewed with distrust by the local people because he comes from Silas Marner. book distant part of the country.One lifetime, many books. I write about Pdf Marner because, reading it again this year, it felt like proof that a life going badly wrong can, by good fortune and an answering faith and.Sep 19,  · Silas Marner or The Weaver of Raveloe was George Eliot's third book.

It was published in and is notable for its very sensitive treatment of the burning issues of the day: industrialization, religion, individualism and the community and the idea of character as destiny.4/5(1).Silas Marner, a weaver, ebook an eager and promising young member of a Puritan religious community, Lantern magicechomusic.com's supposed best friend, Willam Dane, frames him for the theft of a pouch of coins.

Marner suffers from cataleptic fits which leave him as insensible as stone and vulnerable to .