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Middlemarch

This annotated version of this classic book offers:

*a helpful book summary to keep you on track
*a readers’ guide to aide in the studying process
*a student and book club question list to help you dig deeper

Life in Middlemarch is a study in provincial life, indeed. Young Dorothea Brooke has high hopes in life, but soon settles in marriage. As it turns out, her much older hus

*a helpful book summary to keep you on track
*a readers’ guide to aide in the studying process
*a student and book club question list to help you dig deeper

Life in Middlemarch is a study in provincial life, indeed. Young Dorothea Brooke has high hopes in life, but soon settles in marriage. As it turns out, her much older husband is not what she really needs to accomplish her noble deeds in life.

Meanwhile, a young doctor moves to town but has a hard time fitting in. He finds himself settling in marriage, too. It begs the question, why marry at all, or why not wait for love?

All is not lost; Dorothea finds friendship in her husband’s cousin, but jealousy ensues. What will happen when her husband dies but leaves a provision in his will, causing Dorothea to lose her inheritance if she marries the cousin? Can she live happily ever after?
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    Stephanie

    Sep 05, 2007

    rated it
    it was amazing

     · 
    review of another edition

    I’m thoroughly embarrassed to admit that this book was first recommended to me by my stalker. Subsequently, I avoided MIDDLEMARCH like the plague, because it became associated with this creepy guy who thought the fastest way to my heart was to stare at me, follow me home, and leave obscene messages on my voice mail.

    Flash forward 2 years, when I’m purusing yet another of my favorite tomes, THE BOOK OF LISTS. I’m intrigued to see that the one book that consistently turns up on the “Ten Favorite N

    Flash forward 2 years, when I’m purusing yet another of my favorite tomes, THE BOOK OF LISTS. I’m intrigued to see that the one book that consistently turns up on the “Ten Favorite Novels” list of various authors is — you guessed it — MIDDLEMARCH. With recommendations from James Michener, Ken Follett, and William Trevor, I figured this was a book worth reading.

    What a beautiful surprise. Nobody depicts the depth and breath of society better than George Elliot. She shows both how people are shaped by their times and vice-versa. Add to this an intriguing story of Dorothea Brooke, a well-meaning woman who wants to make a positive mark on the world. Despite her best intentions, Dorothea soon learns that the world will go on, with or without her help. This book is a sobering lesson for dreamers like myself who are always pondering, “How can I make a difference?” After reading MIDDLEMARCH, I suspect George Elliot would answer, “Stop taking yourself so seriously and get on with your life. Nobody wants your help, so mind your own business!!” A refreshing attitude, particularly in this self-important culture.

    So, long story short: If someone starts stalking you, change your phone number. File a complaint with human resources. Get a restraining order. But before you do, be sure to ask el nutjob for some book and movie recommendations. Because chances are, after obsessively watching your every move, this freak probably knows you better than you know yourself.
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    Siobhan

    Jul 18, 2007

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Recommends it for:
    everyone alive.

    Best. Goddamned. Book. Ever.

    Seriously, this shit’s bananas. B-A-N-A-N-A-S. 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 until you read it.

    This is a writer’s book. By which I mean, and I say this with love, that if you write, but you do not love Middlemarch with everything that’s in you, then stop writing. Yesterday.

    Melanie

    Jan 24, 2014

    rated it
    it was amazing

     · 
    review of another edition


    Oh, the slow burn of genius.

    I always tread lightly when it comes to using the word “genius” but there is no way around it here.

    It took me a good 200 pages to fully get into the novel and its ornate 19th-century turn of phrase but very quickly, I was so completely spellbound by its intelligence and wisdom that I couldn’t put it down.

    George Eliot’s astonishing authorial voice is something to behold. It takes the (mis)adventures of a handful of characters and peels their layers one by one with so m

    I always tread lightly when it comes to using the word “genius” but there is no way around it here.

    It took me a good 200 pages to fully get into the novel and its ornate 19th-century turn of phrase but very quickly, I was so completely spellbound by its intelligence and wisdom that I couldn’t put it down.

    George Eliot’s astonishing authorial voice is something to behold. It takes the (mis)adventures of a handful of characters and peels their layers one by one with so much subtlety that you often have to reread a sentence several times to fully grasp the keenness of its observations.

    The entire novel feels like a giant lens zooming in and out of human follies with such gusto and empathy that you cannot help but feel privileged to witness the inner workings of people’s thoughts and (re)actions.

    Not only does “Middlemarch” make you ponder many aspects of our motivations, desires, aspirations, limitations, ideals, dreams, behavior and inclinations but it keeps you on the edge of your seat like a ferocious psychological thriller.

    The end will leave you teetering on the brink, revisiting all of your personal, deep-seated assumptions about people, what is a successful life, what is a good marriage, how you measure goodness and your impact on others’ lives.

    A work of vertiginous beauty.


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