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Silas Marner Presentation

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on 13 December 2012

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Silas Marner
by: George Eliot About George Eliot She was born on November 22 1819 HER real name is Mary Jane Evans! George Henry Lewes The Synopsis Excerpt "The gold had kept his thoughts in an ever repeated cycle, leading to nothing beyond itself; but Eppie was an object compacted of changes and hopes that forced his thoughts onward, and carried them far away from their old eager pacing toward the same blank limit- carried them away to the new things that would come with the coming years . . . The gold had asked that he should sit weaving longer and longer, deafened and blinded more and more to all things except the monotony of his loom and the repetition of his web; but Eppie called him away from his weaving, and made him think all its pauses a holiday, reawakening his senses with her fresh life, even to the old winter-flies that came crawling forth in the early spring sunshine, and warming him into joy because she had joy." She died on December 22, 1880 under the name of the only man she ever married, "Cross" Written in 1856 She created the nom de plume "George Eliot" in 1856.
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