Wednesday, 2 October 2013

SILAS MARNER by George Eliot

SILAS MARNER (illustrated, complete and unabridged 150th Anniversary Edition)

The Definitive Edition of SILAS MARNER
-Illustrated with beautiful vintage illustrations
-Complete, unabridged, and formatted for kindle to improve your reading experience
-Linked table of contents to reach your chapter quickly

“One of the 1000 novels everyone must read” The Guardian

“A young orphan transforms the life of a lonely, embittered man in this novel about faith and society set in nineteenth-century rural England.” Goodreads
“Silas Marner is a lovely book. Silas was a good man and had a happy life in a little town in northern England, when his best friend committed an awful act of treachery against him, causing him to have to flee the area because of false accusations.” Julia

“Eliot's finest pastoral tale. Marner is a linen weaver in the village of Raveloe, who once belonged to a religious sect from which he was unjustly expelled: in reaction he has become a miser. His store of gold is stolen by the son of the local squire; at the same time, a golden-haired foundling, later named Eppie, is left in his house. “ John Sutherland,The Guardian

“One lifetime, many books. I write about Silas Marner because, reading it again this year, it felt like proof that a life going badly wrong can, by good fortune and an answering faith and determination, be put triumphantly right.” David Constantine, The Independent

SILAS MARNER is one of the most profound and engaging novels of all time dealing with the themes of love and redemption. Presented in a beautiful edition specially designed for kindle, this is George Eliot’s masterpiece which will stay with you forever. 

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