5 edition of Silas Marner E found in the catalog.
Silas Marner E
September 3, 1978 by Pocket .
Written in English
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Silas, betrayed by his friend and now by his God, declares that there is no just God. Their childlessness is a great trouble to Godfrey, who has always wanted children. Godfrey is glad enough to have the child cared for. Plot summary[ edit ] The novel is set in the early years of the 19th century. The woman Silas was to marry breaks their engagement and marries William instead.
Lantern Yard is no more. Dolly Winthrop — a good, moral woman, she is a great help to Silas as he is raising Eppie. Coming from a devoutly religious family, Mary Ann questioned the beliefs, which angered her father later in life. This is the re-growth, perhaps, of his human soul, though he has a long way still to go. He is an outcast from his original home and church and at Raveloe lives a lonely, miserly existence until his gold is stolen and a child comes to replace it.
However, Silas contentedly resigns himself to the fact that he will never know and now leads a happy existence among his self-made Silas Marner E book and friends. Silas has lived in Raveloe for fifteen years as a recluse. After securing a price for the horse, Dunstan rides the hunting course only to have the horse fall and die. She dies in the attempt to reveal to the community her relationship with Godfrey, leaving the child, Eppie, to wander into Silas' life. Molly Farren Godfrey's wife, once pretty but degraded by her addiction to opium. Dolly Winthrop — a good, moral woman, she is a great help to Silas as he is raising Eppie.
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His character makes huge changes as he becomes more outgoing. Maceyan old man who is full of anecdotes of a Raveloe now mostly past, are two of the other principals in a series of arguments and stories.
Nancy has tried to make up to Godrey Silas Marner E book other ways, and their marriage has been happy Silas Marner E book for this one thing. But, in reality, she has torn her dress and wants to wait for her sister, who arrived at the party late, to help her mend it.
She, meanwhile, plans to marry Aaron WinthropMrs. He attends the annual Red House ball, still wishing to marry Nancy. Aaron Winthrop proposes to her and the two plan to marry and to live with Silas Marner, so that Eppie need not leave her father.
Though he cannot claim Eppie for his daughter, Godfrey still pays off his debt of conscience in small, material ways. The reclusive, miserly weaver is transformed by the love of a child. Crackenthorp the rector and Mr. 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.
The people of the village are helpful to him and he becomes a valuable member of the community. Marner eventually settles at the outskirts of Raveloe, a provincial village in the English Midlands.
After the death of his son, Mr.
These and other instances of the old prejudice about Marner is ghostly gradually give way, before the sincerity of his distress, to a revised opinion of Silas Marner E book man: Marner is not dead after all, nor is he an insect, but he is an unfortunate, lonely soul.
Shocked by this Silas Marner E book, and coming to the realisation of his own conscience, Godfrey confesses to Nancy that Molly was his first wife and that Eppie is his child.
He instantly proposes to Nancy and determines to use this stroke of fortune to his advantage: he will live a good life, raise a family he can be proud of, and be the most sober and responsible man in Raveloe.
But, one day, Silas was filling in his duty monitoring the ill senior deacon of his church, and Silas Marner E book life changed. She died at the age of sixty-one. Eppie, Silas, Mrs. He settles in Raveloe and takes up the profession as a weaver.
Silas is now treated with some consideration by his neighbors. In Raveloe, one of the most prosperous men is Squire Cass. Cass' expense. Marner is convinced that God will demonstrate his innocence only to find that the lots declare his guilt.
This is an ambivalent fact: it shows Marner's integration into the "us" rather than the "them," while at the same time it suggests that such an integration is possible largely through the demonization of "someone else"-the ubiquitous "other. So, she was buried in Highgate Cemetery next to George Lewes.Silas Marner The Weaver of Raveloe by George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans) “A child, more than all other gifts That earth can offer to declining man, Brings hope with it, and forward-looking thoughts.” —WORDSWORTH.
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What is a summary of Silas Marner by George Eliot? Silas Marner, by George Eliot, tells the story of its titular character: a weaver who lives in the slum of.Although pdf shortest of George Eliot's novels, Silas Marner is one of her most admired and loved works. It tells the sad story of the unjustly exiled Silas Marner - a handloom linen weaver of Raveloe in the agricultural heartland of England - and how he is restored to .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).Softcover. Condition: New.
First edition. Silas Marner is an impressive narrative, spiced with rustic humour ebook replete with forceful village characters. Accused of a false charge of theft that Silas Marner did not commit, he leaves his small religious community and takes refuge in .