Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life

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Oxford University Press, 1999 - Fiction - 924 pages
6 Reviews
Echoing the original World's Classics series, this title is one of an initial batch of 6 mini hardbacks produced to gift book standard with stitched binding, head and tail bands, printed on 60msg paper and featuring matt laminated jackets in a retro look design. A. S. Byatt provides an introduction to one of the most popular novels in English literature, George Eliot's Middlemarch. A. S. Byatt's most recent novel is Still Life (1997) and she is best known for Possession and Angels and Insects.

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User Review  - Siobhan - Goodreads

Best. Goddamned. Book. Ever. Seriously, this shit's bananas. BANANAS. 750 pages in, and you're still being surprised. It's 800 pages long and EVERY SINGLE PAGE ADVANCES THE PLOT. You cannot believe it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Traveller - Goodreads

Since I've been told bigger is better, and long reviews are better than short ones, I've decided to update my short Middlemarch review with a long one: Although Eliot started working on the serialised ... Read full review

Contents

Miss Brooke
5
Old and Young
135
Waiting for Death
253
Copyright

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About the author (1999)


A. S. Byatt won the Booker Prize for her novel Possession (1990), and her other books include Babel Tower (1996), Angels and Insects, and The Oxford Book of English Short Stories (1998).

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