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I read and loved this book in college, and I've read it every two or three years since.
DO NOT be intimidated by a 19'th century 800 page novel, it is very easy to read and the story becomes interesting very quickly.
Eliot's characters are introduced and drawn so very well that each personality is fully believable and real.
Confession: I am a proud English major (and, yes, I have always been gainfully employed!). But once upon a time, I did a bad thing. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Cathryn Conroy
Middlemarch is a gigantic, cat-crushing, end of the old guard and into the industrial revolution romance filled with incredible three-dimensional characters and a sprawling... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Garrett Zecker
In general, I like 19th century novels, and I really liked this one, although I did not like it as much as other people seem to, or as much as other books of Eliot's that I have... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Andorrac
On a search for 19th century literature and at my wife's suggestion I read into MMarch. Only to be disapoointed by its stereotypes (the protagonist is described over flatteringly)... Read morePublished 5 days ago by John McIntyre
The story is based on several characters of a town called Middlemarch. It's a beautiful story.Published 7 days ago by dsuasnavar