George Eliot’s Silas Marner
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Silas Marner began his life in a ‘little hidden world known to itself as the church assembly in Lantern Yard. ‘ Silas was a valuable member of this ‘narrow religious sect’, who showed great devotion to God and compassion towards his neighbours. However, due to unfair accusations and the betrayal he felt from both God […]

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How does George Eliot use Setting in Silas Marner
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Throughout Silas Marner a variety of different settings are used to create a location for the events that are taking place in the novel to happen. A common example of a setting used at numerous points in the novel is Silas Marner’s stone cottage. Eliot uses setting in many ways: symbolism can be shown, for […]

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The importance of the theme of “Duty” in George Elliot’s
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After vigilant investigation I have accomplished an understanding that the theme “duty” in the novel Silas Marner has a big impact and means very much. Duty is the moral obligation, which is due. In the novel there are various links to do with duty and the main characters all had a duty to fulfill. Silas […]

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How the character of Silas Marner is presented in the novel
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Throughout the story Silas Marner character seems to change but inside he is still the same person. At the beginning of ‘Silas Marner’ Marner comes across as a lonely, greedy old man that is unsociable and the only point he is still alive is to work so he can get even more rich. As the […]

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Review of Silas Marner
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Silas Marner is a 19th century novel written by a Victorian writer who went by the name of George Elliot (who’s real name is Mary Ann Evans). It is her shortest work yet it is very densely packed with a plot that is never dull, subtle characterisations (e. g. Eppie who is the daughter of […]

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Silas Marner
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A great deal is significant about the way George Eliot portrayed women’s rights in the 19th century in her novel Silas Marner. For example Mary Ann Evans had to take alias of George Eliot to hide her true identity and gender to be taken seriously as an author. She lived with a man but couldn’t […]

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The significance of the rural landscape in Silas Marner
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George Eliot, the author of Silas Marner became dubious about her religious faith. This lack of faith is reflected in the absence of religious importance in Raveloe. The strong beliefs of Eliot’s father and brother are similar to that of Dolly Winthrop’s who, in relatively unreligious surroundings, is religious herself. The writing of prose allowed […]

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What was George Eliot’s purpose in writing Silas Marner
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The basis of Silas Marner is that true happiness is achieved only through reciprocated love and respect for another and not through amassing wealth. This is illustrated when Silas’ relatively rich, but lonely and monotonous lifestyle is positively transformed by the loss of his money and the gain of the love of Eppie. Some say […]

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The themes of outsider in ‘Silas Marner’ and ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
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‘Silas Marner’ and ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ were written at different times but both were written at the height of great change in the world. Eliot wrote ‘Silas Marner’ in 1861, but set it at the earlier time of the 1820s, during the Industrial Revolution, and similarly, Harper Lee wrote ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ at […]

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The theme of relationships in Silas Marner
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”Silas Marner” was written by the established and contemporary author George Eliot (alias Mary Anne Evans) in the mid 19th century. The book however, is set in the early 1800s. During the time Eliot was writing this book England was changing – there was a growing population; rapid industrialisation and many people were moving from […]

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“Silas Marner” is a story of redemption through love
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Silas Marner is a story set in the past, set in the city and the countryside. In the beginning of the story Silas suffers for a crime he did not commit. Silas is trailed even though it was his best friend William Dane, who set him up so he could steal Silas’s wife to be […]

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‘Silas Marner’ and Harper Lee’s ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’
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Although George Eliot and Harper Lee lived a century apart, growing up in different communities, with their minds informed by different experiences and intellectual training, their works, ‘Silas Marner’ and ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ are strikingly similar in their thematic concerns. Both novels address topics of fundamental importance even in our own society. It is […]

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Silas Marner Report
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Fairytales are typically improbable stories, which tend to consist of fantastical elements and occurrences. It is a tale involving a series of motifs that take place in an unreal world, involving individualized characters with developed or flat personalities. In the novel, Silas Marner, it is evident that fairytale tends to conquer realism. Thus, Silas Marner […]

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Silas Marner Analysis Argumentative
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At the beginning of the novel Silas says, ‘there o no just God that governs earth righteously, but a God of lies that bears witness against the innocent.’ At the conclusion of the novel he says, ‘there’s good;this world – Ive a feeling o’ that now. ‘ What makes him change his mind? What are […]

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Comparison Between Latern Yard and Raveloe
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Latern Yard and Ravloe were two different towns, religiously and socially. People in Latern Yard were more religious and less friendly, but in the other hand Ravloe was less Religious but friendly. In Latern Yard the church played an important part in the people’s life, it was like the heart of the town. Silas had […]

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How is Silas Marner changed by his experiences in Raveloe
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In the novel Silas Marner by George Eliot, the eponymous hero has moved into the outskirts of a small rural village called Raveloe and, during his time there, we can observe many changes in him. He goes from being withdrawn and mysterious to being a part of community life. When he arrived there, he was […]

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Which character in your opinion deserves the most pity
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We have been reading Silas marner. It is a novel happiness and sadness. It was written by a Victorian lady who went by the name ‘George Elliot’. The book takes u through silas’s life and his ups and downs. In the beginning of the novel Silas Marner lives in an industrial town. The focal point […]

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How does Eliot create sympathy for Marner in chapters 1 & 2
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Silas Marner is a moral fable written by the Mary-Ann Evans under the pen name of George Eliot. It was published in 1861. It tells the story of the ways of an estranged old weaver, his struggles through life and society, descendence to and emancipation from mental slavery, desolation of faith, and human nature. Essentially, […]

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Silas Marner is the story of a lost soul who finds redemption
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The story of Silas Marner is focused on following the life of Silas Marner, the lonely weaver, and tracking the various events which befall him. This story was set in the 19th Century, and so as a result, the revolutionary scientific ideas which have shaped the world today had not yet set into society, especially […]

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The theme of an outsider is an important one in George Eliot’s ‘Silas Marner
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In this essay I will be concentrating on the theme of an outsider. The theme of an outsider is an important one in George Eliot’s ‘Silas Marner’ because it is a story about a man who is alienated from his community because he is different, a social misfit “In that far-off time superstition clung easily […]

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‘Silas Marner’ Paper
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‘Silas Marner’ was published in 1861, when the whole of England had been undergoing many changes. In Eliot’s opinion, these changes were definitely for the worse. Eliot herself was raised on a large country estate in Warwickshire. She had also, however, visited a number of towns and industrialised areas as she travelled. This gave her […]

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George Elliot- How sympathy is created for Silas Marner the eponymous character
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Mary Anne Evans was born in 1819 near Aubrey, the youngest child of the local priest Robert Evans, she was highly educated and first developed her career writing pieces for Blackwoods magazine and went on to write her first book in that was a translation of Strauss’s life of Christ in 1846. Being a determined […]

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