The Mill on the Floss

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Alma Books, 2018 - Brothers and sisters - 577 pages
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Tragic and affecting, and drawing heavily on George Eliot's own rural upbringing and relationship with her brother, The Mill on the Floss is one of literature's finest evocations of childhood and adolescence, and introduces, in Maggie Tulliver, one of the most beloved heroines in the English canon.

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the story is about two brothers tom and maguie. They were part of a good family, but when the father is betrayed by a friend, he makes their swear hatred against all the people that had hurt them, is ... Read full review

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