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3 masterpieces from one of the Victorian era's most brilliant and celebrated feminist novelists--George Eliot, née Mary Ann Evans. Middlemarch, her most well-known work, paints a rich and varied portrait of English society. Eliot focuses especially on the idealistic Dorothea Brooke, a woman who, lacking a creative outlet of her own, dedicates herself to her husband's legacy. In Silas Marner, a tale filled with mystery and emotion, an embittered man retreats from the outside world, thinking only of work and money. Then his wealth is stolen from him-and a young foundling comes into his life and changes everything. Also included: the short story Amos Barton, which heralded Eliot's arrival as a writer when it was published in Blackwood's magazine in 1857.
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