Felix Holt, the Radical

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OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS

GEORGE ELIOT


Felix Holt, the Radical

Edited with an Introduction and Notes
FRED C. THOMSON

Oxford New York
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

  • Felix Holt, the Radical i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Introduction vii
  • Note on the Text xviii
  • Select Bibliography xx
  • A Chronology of George Eliot xxi
  • Introduction 5
  • Chapter I 13
  • Chapter II 29
  • Chapter III 39
  • Chapter IV 45
  • Chapter V 51
  • Chapter VI 64
  • Chapter VII 77
  • Chapter VIII 89
  • Chapter IX 96
  • Chapter X 101
  • Chapter XI 107
  • Chapter XII 120
  • Chapter XIII 124
  • Chapter XIV 131
  • Chapter XV 143
  • Chapter XVI 149
  • Chapter XVII 158
  • Chapter XVIII 165
  • Chapter XIX 169
  • Chapter XX 174
  • Chapter XXI 182
  • Chapter XXII 188
  • Chapter XXIII 195
  • Chapter XXIV 200
  • Chapter XXV 208
  • Chapter XXVI 213
  • Chapter XXVII 217
  • Chapter XXVIII 226
  • Chapter XXIX 236
  • Chapter XXX 241
  • Chapter XXXI 252
  • Chapter Xxxii. 258
  • Chapter XXXIII 262
  • Chapter XXXIV 275
  • Chapter XXXV 279
  • Chapter XXXVI 284
  • Chapter XXXVII 294
  • Chapter XXXVIII 302
  • Chapter XXXIX 311
  • Chapter XL 316
  • Chapter XLI 325
  • Chapter XLII 330
  • Chapter XLIII 339
  • Chapter XLIV 356
  • Chapter XLV 360
  • Chapter XLVI 365
  • Chapter XLVII 377
  • Chapter XLVIII 382
  • Chapter XLIX 384
  • Chapter L 390
  • Chapter Ll. 394
  • Epilogue. 397
  • Explanatory Notes 399
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