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The Mill on the Floss , published in 1860, is a vivid portrayal of childhood and adolescence in rural England. The novel centres on Maggie Tulliver, whose passionate and imaginative nature brings her into conflict with the middle-class narrowness of St Ogg’s and, more poignantly, with her beloved brother Tom. The result is one of George Eliot’s best-loved works containing an The Mill on the Floss , published in 1860, is a vivid portrayal of childhood and adolescence in rural England. The novel centres on Maggie Tulliver, whose passionate and imaginative nature brings her into conflict with the middle-class narrowness of St Ogg’s and, more poignantly, with her beloved brother Tom. The result is one of George Eliot’s best-loved works containing an affectionate and perceptive study of provincial life, a brilliant evocation of the complexities of human relationships and a heroine whose rebellious spirit closely resembles George Eliot’s own.

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The Mill on the Floss , published in 1860, is a vivid portrayal of childhood and adolescence in rural England. The novel centres on Maggie Tulliver, whose passionate and imaginative nature brings her into conflict with the middle-class narrowness of St Ogg’s and, more poignantly, with her beloved brother Tom. The result is one of George Eliot’s best-loved works containing an The Mill on the Floss , published in 1860, is a vivid portrayal of childhood and adolescence in rural England. The novel centres on Maggie Tulliver, whose passionate and imaginative nature brings her into conflict with the middle-class narrowness of St Ogg’s and, more poignantly, with her beloved brother Tom. The result is one of George Eliot’s best-loved works containing an affectionate and perceptive study of provincial life, a brilliant evocation of the complexities of human relationships and a heroine whose rebellious spirit closely resembles George Eliot’s own.
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Title Mill On The Floss Height 18
George Eliot Width 10.9
ISBN-13 9780140431209 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0140431209 Spine Width
Publisher Penguin Books Pages 544
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