The Mill on the Floss (Oxford World’s Classics)

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  1. Este libro es uno de mi favoritos, y he leido muchos veces, con muchos detalles del epocha y con un final muy triste pero esta fui como las cosas occurir en esta ciglo.


  2. Las ediciones de Norton son sin duda alguna las mejores cuando se trata de hacer una lectura acad mica Yo lo he utilizado para mi TFG y es perfecto Mucha informaci n y bibliograf a para ampliar lectura.


  3. I am a very good customer of s At any one time, I can buy tons of books To paraphrase an old saying, my eyes are bigger than my time in which to read Therefore, I have developed a strict buying pattern All purchases must contain one contemporary book on any subject, one book from a list of some sort and one book considered literature For unexplained reasons, I expected The Mill on the Floss to be well written but ponderous This erroneous expectation was reinforced by the size of the book, 600 pa [...]


  4. I first read The Mill on the Floss when I was 17 years old I couldn t put it down read for 14 hours straight However, many years later, I did not remember much about the book at all, only that I loved it Now, after all these years, I see why.George Eliot is better at describing our innermost thoughts and feelings than any author I have ever read Why do we read books A good story is always entertaining, but importantly, I think we read to gain new insights and to hear our own insights expressed [...]


  5. While scholars and students admire George Eliot s Middlemarch, readers fall in love with The Mill on the Floss Yes, the former is perhaps the greatest English language novel ever written, but it s the latter we return to for strength and inspiration In its main character, the rebellious Maggie Tulliver, Eliot created one of her greatest voices and a precursor to all of the misunderstood youths to follow in the literary canon.The novel traces Maggie s growth from childhood to young adulthood and [...]


  6. I can remember reading this the year before o levels at school and I was obviously too young then to appreciate what a good piece of literature this is Essentially a love story, it gives a fab insight into rural society of the times and explores the differences in personalities between a straight laced brother and his intelligent, free spirited sister, both operating under the constraints of a moralistic society It s a book well worth reading


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