"The most profound, wise and absorbing of English novels...and, above all, truthful and forgiving about human behavior." -- Hermione Lee
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I can't give a complete review because the book is too boring to finish. The writing is old-fashioned and grammatically correct, but the content of the sentences varies greatly... Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Bleys A.
Very good reading with many old English attitudes and idioms. I was truly amazed how knowledgeable the author was,and with how much confidence she described medical knowledge... Read morePublished 1 day ago by sarla sujan
I LOVED MIDDLEMARCH. THERE IS SO MUCH TO LEARN FROM GEORGE ELIOT'S WRITING.
I ALSO HAVE IT ON VIDEO.
Considered by many to be her masterpiece, Middlemarch is a political and social history of a small English town in the 1830s. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Cornelius
Boring, I just could not finish it. It's on my cloud so I'm hoping to get back to it some day.Published 18 days ago by Arlene D.
This book was so highly recommended I could not resist tackling it. Probably 70% read, the rest through Audible (great reader! Read morePublished 19 days ago by Everett Harper
Victorian literature doesn't get any better than 'Middlemarch'!Published 21 days ago by Sarah G. Storm
I got through this only because it is on a list of the best novels ever written. I found it overly long with too much detail concerning the politics of the time. Read morePublished 23 days ago by JAL