Scenes of Clerical Life
A marvellous work by Eliot, it comprises of three tales of three clergymen. She has done a brilliant job as she explores different facets of society and various aspects of life like misfortune, rejection of love and repentance of sin. Her stories are remarkable for their insightful and intricate characterization. This book will keep up on the edge of your seat till the very last page.
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