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She puts more into a characterization of dogs than some writers do of humans... and it's clear that she loves them both very much!
She does a phenomenal job of weaving the web of the interactions of the characters and demonstrating how each person's actions have affected the others.
(I liked it better than "Middlemarch.") Begin reading it and you won't be able to put it down--AND it will stay with you for a very long time afterward.
This is a wonderful story. I would like to give it 5-stars, but due to the very slow start, I feel a lot of folks would lose interest. Read morePublished 28 days ago by valetta
Classics from this era often digress from the main thread of the story to philosophical passages that I skim over, and this one had more characters than I took the trouble to keep... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mil
This book helped set the standards for modern fiction.Published 1 month ago by Stephen B. Coleman Jr.
I first read this book when I was in High School at the recommendation of one of my teachers, then promptly forgot the title and author and spent the next 6 years or so searching... Read morePublished 1 month ago by liz
Fine description and use of language. A well written work given its era. Good character development. Effective description. A bit too much moralizing.Published 1 month ago by Satch
Beautiful sensitively written novel by George Elliot about love and honour, and the inevitable losers being those of inferior class. Great characterisations. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Inger
Interesting story, and the book was new so worked out fine.Published 2 months ago by Betty Joann Gallenstein