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Silas Marner: Memory and Salvation

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Southeast of Birmingham along the River Avon lies a countryside of brick farmhouses, flowers, chanting birds, and canals. It is here where George Eliot spent her childhood and here, she claims, where was sown "the seed to all my good." The area served as not just the locale but an important theme in most of her work, including Silas Marner. The tale of a selfish and miserly weaver who finds redemption through the care and love of a child, this 1861 novella is one of the masterpieces of British literature. The narrative ...

Silas Marner: Memory and Salvation 1992, Twayne Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780805783568

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Silas Marner: Memory and Salvation 1992, Twayne Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780805785562

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