About the Book: The Mill on the Floss
The Mill on the Floss is George Eliot’s second novel, and perhaps her most renowned. The story revolves around the impulsive Maggie Tulliver—a striking and unique character in Victorian literature—and her tumultuous relationship with her family, especially her brother Tom.
The book provides an extraordinary perspective into the nature and hypocrisies of Victorian society and the difficult, often tragic position of women within.
About the Author: George Eliot
George Eliot (1819-1880) was born Mary Ann Evans at South farm in Warwickshire. Her bold ventures into philosophic thought and her rejection of the doctrines of Evangelical Christianity led to an estrangement with her family members. After her father’s death, she settled in London and become an assistant editor at the Westminster Review. She is regarded as one of the most resonant voices of her times.
|Book:||Mill on the Floss|
|Publisher:||Rupa & Co.|
|Number of Pages:||511|
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