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I had wanted to read this book for awhile. Due to the period of the writing, it is very wordy and slow. However, the characters are very well developed. Read morePublished 1 day ago by whitneyc
Language is too archaic. Sentence structure is confusing. Read approximately 25% of the book.Published 6 days ago by RHPD
***This review may contain spoilers, and is based on the 1977 Norton Critical Edition Edited by Bert G. Hornback. Read morePublished 7 days ago by John Panagopoulos
Good old English Literature. Always wish for better results for my heroes and still wishing. Gee, am I getting old.Published 8 days ago by Rayj5866
I thought I had read it before. George Eliot's writing is more of a challenge, at times, than I remembered. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Gale Gillespie
In our fast paced world, this book started a bit slow. That said, I really enjoyed the last 2/3 of this book.Published 13 days ago by Brenda Day
Middlemarch is third-person, and it takes place in a place called the Midlands; there's three plots: Dorothea Brooke; Tertius Lydgate; and Mary Garth. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Andrew Q.