The Mill on the Floss
Random House, Inc.
One of George Eliot's finest achievements, The Mill on the Floss is famed for its unsurpassed depiction of English rural life and for its striking, superbly drawn heroine, Maggie Tulliver. The novel's evocation of childhood in the English countryside-at once unsentimental, yet rich with delight-stands as an enduring triumph, but equally memorable are its portrayal of a narrow tradition-bound society and its dramatic unfolding of tragic human destiny.
Baker & Taylor
Evokes nineteenth-century rural England through the story of Maggie Tulliver, who attempts to adapt to her life until her brother forbids her to see the one person who understands her after she is found in a compromising situation.
Maggie Tulliver rebels against the narrow Victorian morality and strict traditions of her family by eloping with a worthless dandy, in an edition of one of Eliot's finest novels, featuring a new afterword by Jane Smiley. Reissue.
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