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Adam Bede by George Eliot: A novel set in rural England that follows the life of Adam Bede, a carpenter, and his relationships with Hetty Sorrel, a beautiful young woman, and Dinah Morris, a Methodist preacher. The story delves into themes of love, morality, social class, and the consequences of human actions.

Key Aspects of the Book "Adam Bede":
Character Development: The novel provides deep insights into the moral dilemmas, motivations, and growth of its characters, exploring their virtues, flaws, and the complexities of human nature.
Social Realism: George Eliot paints a vivid picture of rural life in 19th-century England, capturing the social hierarchies, customs, and challenges faced by different classes within the community.
Moral Consequences: The story delves into the repercussions of moral choices and the impact of societal expectations, emphasizing the importance of personal integrity and the far-reaching effects of one's actions.

George Eliot was the pen name of Mary Ann Evans, a prominent English novelist born in 1819. She was known for her insightful depictions of Victorian society and her exploration of moral and philosophical themes. "Adam Bede" was her first full-length novel and established her reputation as a leading writer of the time. Eliot's works continue to be celebrated for their rich characterizations and social commentary.

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  • Print Length: 446 Pages
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