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Middlemarch by English novelist Mary Anne Evans, also known as George Eliot, is a nuanced story of idealism, disappointment, wastefulness, devotion, and strained love. The lives of Dorothea Brooke and Dr. Tertius Lydgate, along with a host of other paradigm characters who shed light on the state of English life in the middle of the nineteenth century, are used to tell the story of a provincial English town during the period of social unrest before the Reform Bill of 1832.
The story of this novel follows several individuals in different, interconnected storylines. The status of women, the nature of marriage, idealism, self-interest, religion, hypocrisy, political change, and education are only a few of the topics covered.
The 1832 Reform Act, the first railroads, and King William IV’s ascension are just a few examples of historical events that Middlemarch realistically depicts despite their comedic undertones.
It examines medical practices at the time and conservative attitudes in a settled neighborhood dealing with unpleasant change.
In 1869–1870, Eliot started writing the two parts that would become the novel; he finished it in 1871. Although early reviews were varied, it is today universally regarded as one of the greatest English novels and her best work.
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Get this novel to read the unique story which follows a distinct theme, One of the main topics of Middlemarch is marriage. “Both main stories [those of Dorothea and Lydgate] are case studies of a disastrous marriage,” claims George Steiner.
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