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The slowly-unfolding story will engross any reader who has a feel for the slower paced books of that time.
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!
All the "sinners" are ultimately redeemed by truth - true love, true friends, true promises, and true acceptance.
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 4 months ago by Mil
Interesting story, and the book was new so worked out fine.Published 5 months ago by Betty Joann Gallenstein
I love this book. I started reading George Elliot again recently and in my opinion she is the best woman writer of her period. She is my favorite dead author.Published 12 months ago by Anne Maldonado
I purchased this for a course and didn't find it particularly interesting. It was fine but not something I would have chosen to read for fun nor is it something I would read again.Published 14 months ago by WWJAD
Wonderful book, a delightful read. Great Book! Great Authoress!! I highly recommend this book to anyone who hasn't read George Eliot.Published 21 months ago by elmerjfudd
Many summed up this classic work's plot, so a word for this engrossing dramatization by veteran David Case. Read morePublished 21 months ago by John L Murphy
Adam Bede, George Eliot's first full-length novel, borders between traditional values and liberal attitudes regarding women (at least for its time). Read morePublished 21 months ago by brutusmuktuk