This book contains three masterpieces of George Eliot, which will reveal the greatness of this great story teller of all times. Amos Barton tells of 'the humble experience of an ordinary fellow mortal' – an unprepossessing middle-aged clergyman whose sad fortunes eventually elicit our sympathy. Middlemarch is the classic novel of life in a provincial town, portraying such characters as Dorothea, Dr. Lydgate, Will Ladislaw, Rosamond and Casaubon with a cool, perceptive irony. Silas Marner Contrasts the effects of the Industrial Revolution with vanishing simplicity of village life and is one of George Eliot's most enduring popular works.
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