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❮Reading❯ ➳ Adam Bede ➬ Author George Eliot – Nessville.me In Adam Bede 1859 George Eliot took the well worn tale of a lovely dairy maid seduced by a careless suire and out if it created a wonderfully innovative and sympathetic portrait of the lives of ordinaReading Adam Bede Author George Eliot Nessville.me In Adam Bede 1859 George Eliot took the well worn tale of a lovely dairy maid seduced by a careless suire and out if it created a wonderfully innovative and s.

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Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì Mary Ann Evans known by her pen name George Eliot was an English novelist poet journalist translator and one of the leading writers of the Victorian era She was born in at a farmstead in Nuneaton Warwickshire England where her father was estate manager Mary Ann the youngest child and a favorite of her father's received a good education for a young woman of her day Influenced by a.

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  1. Fionnuala Fionnuala says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBReader I ask you what can be better than a long book full of good sentences That was a rhetorical uestion of course—I think there is nothing better than good sentences following one on another and this book is f


  2. Lisa Lisa says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBThat feeling when you close a very very good novel after taking a lot of time to read it slowly over shifting seasons moods and circumstances The feeling of having lived among the characters suffered with them fought against the inevitable developments trying to force the words on the pages to change to avoid the fates that can't be avoidedThat feeling of accomplishment when the epilogue gives deep satisfaction a better love than the rushed first impression of the early pagesGeorge Eliot knows her trade and loves it and for the reader there is little left


  3. Barry Pierce Barry Pierce says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBThe fact that George Eliot called this novel Adam Bede and not Hetty Sorrel proves that there is no justice in this worldThe novel itself Eliot’s first is a fairly uaint pastoral romance Everyone’s in love with the wrong person You get the picture The plot doesn’t really wear the novel’s weight well It just about breaches 600 pages and there is absolutely no need no needIt’s a pity that Adam Bede is such a meh tale considering that for the novel Eliot invented a character as complex and as loveable and as utterly tragic as Hetty Sorrel I adored Hetty and judging by most of the other reviews on here everyone else did as well Her story is just so completely harrowing which is impressive as most characters from Victorian literature really just go through itI have to admit that at points I really became fed up with this novel only for everything to pick up again when


  4. Jan-Maat Jan-Maat says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBSo This is an old story and terribly familiarview spoiler Tess of the d'urbervilles is a variant of the same story hide spoiler


  5. Issicratea Issicratea says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUB Adam Bede 1859 was George Eliot’s first novel preceded only by her short fiction collection Scenes of Clerical Life The novel was recognized as a masterpiece from the start The Times review stated that “the author takes rank among the masters of the craft” and describes “him” as possessing “genius of the highest order”


  6. Beccie Beccie says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBI believe this may be the most beautiful book I have ever read I felt both uplifted and emotionally drained when I finished The tragedy and the great beauty of George Eliot's writing I didn't read this edition mine was much older but the introduction of my edition uoted Charles Dickens as saying that reading Adam Bede was an epoch in his life and Alexandre Dumas called it the masterpiece of the century I'm happy to agree with them Most people say that Middlemarch is George Eliot's masterpiece That was tragic and beautiful as well but I was so much drawn into the characters of Adam Bede I loved them all eve


  7. Teresa Teresa says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBBecause I was rereading David Copperfield during some of the time I was reading this I couldn’t help but compare the characters and situations of one book to the other for example the extremes between the adorable DoraHetty and the angelic AgnesDinah And though I know Eliot had reservations about Dickens’ works I see how she extends into realism a character like David Copperfield’s Emily Also interesting t


  8. Skylar Burris Skylar Burris says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBAdam Bede is a story about love self deception religious feeling innocence and experience It would not be an unfit introduction to Eliot though Middlemarch is by far her superior novel I am awed by Eliot's psychological insight into human personality Her characters are some of the most vivid in all of literary history and her ability to penetrate to the very heart of human motivation is unrivaled She presents her story with wit and subtle sarcasm Take for instance this tongue in cheek comment Of course I know that as a rule sensible men fall in love with the most sensible women of their acuaintance see through all the pretty deceits of couettish beauty never imagine themselves loved when they are not loved cease loving on all proper occasions and marry the woman most fitted for them in every respect But even to this rule an exception will occur now and then in the lapse


  9. Christine Christine says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBGeorge Eliot’s masterpiece is Middlemarch but Adam Bede has always been my favorite Eliot novel I’m not sure why this is It might be because Bede was the first Eliot book I read I doubt this however because the first Austen book I read was Pride and Prejudice but my favorite Austen book is Persuasion I understand why Middlemarch is a masterpiece yet I find myself agreeing with Dumas pere in considering Bede to be the “masterpiece of the century”I first read Bede after watching the first part of a Masterpiece Theatre remember when Cooke hosted it showing of the story I only saw the first part and it ended with the fight between Adam and Arthur where Adam knocks Arthur done and thinks he has killed the suire to be I had to know what happened next so I went out and brought the bookSince then I have read Bede far than I have read Middlemarch though I have never tracked down and brought the Masterpiece v


  10. Katie Lumsden Katie Lumsden says:

    Paperback Ý Adam Bede Kindle Ì adam pdf, bede mobile, Adam Bede ePUBPossibly 35I found the premise and some aspects of the book fascinating and the second half very gripping but as I often find with George Eliot I found it interesting than enjoyable and the pacing especially at the ending wasn't uite right for me Nonetheless I'm looking forward to reading George Eliot in future


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