Silas Marner: 150th Anniversary Edition (Google eBook)
A gentle linen weaver is accused of a heinous crime. Exiling himself, he becomes a recluse, only to find redemption in his love for an abandoned child who mysteriously appears one day in his isolated cottage. Somber yet hopeful, Eliot's stirring tale continues to touch the human spirit.
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An unusually satisfying story of redemption in the life of a miser whose greatest delight is in counting his gold each night after a day at his weaving loom. A little two-year-old girl whose mother ... Read full review
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