Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life

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MIDDLEMARCH:
A STUDY OF PROVINCIAL LIFE.

BY GEORGE ELIOT,
AUTHOR OF
"ADAM BEDE," "FELIX HOLT, THE RADICAL," "THE MILL ON THE FLOSS," "ROMOLA,"
"SCENES OF CLERICAL LIFE," AND "SILAS MARNER."

NEW YORK:
HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS,
FRANKLIN SQUARE.
1873.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • BOOK I - A STUDY OF PROVINCIAL LIFE. MISS BROOKE 5
  • Chapter I 5
  • Chapter II 8
  • Chapter III 10
  • Chapter IV 14
  • Chapter V 17
  • Chapter VI 20
  • Chapter VII 24
  • Chapter VIII 25
  • Chapter IX 27
  • Chapter X 31
  • Chapter XI 35
  • Book II - Old and Young 45
  • Chapter XIII 45
  • Chapter XIV 48
  • Chapter XV 51
  • Chapter XVI 56
  • Chapter XVII 61
  • Chapter XVIII 64
  • Chapter XIX 68
  • Chapter XX 69
  • Chapter XXI 73
  • Chapter XXII 76
  • Book III - Waiting for Death 81
  • Chapter XXIII 81
  • Chapter XXIV 85
  • Chapter XXV 89
  • Chapter XXVI 91
  • Chapter XXVII 93
  • Chapter XXVIII 96
  • Chapter XXIX 98
  • Chapter XXX 101
  • Chapter XXXI 103
  • Chapter XXXII 107
  • Chapter XXXIII 111
  • Book IV - Three Love Problems 113
  • Chapter XXX 115
  • Chapter XXXI 119
  • Chapter XXXV 132
  • Chapter XXXVI 135
  • Chapter XXXVII 139
  • Chapter XXXVIII 144
  • Chapter XXXIX 145
  • Book V - The Dead Hand 150
  • Chapter XLIII 150
  • Chapter Xl 152
  • Chapter XLI 153
  • Chapter XLII 159
  • Chapter XLIV 162
  • Chapter XLV 164
  • Chapter XLVI 168
  • Chapter XLVII 169
  • Chapter LI 173
  • Chapter XLVIII 177
  • Chapter XLIX 180
  • Chapter XLIV 186
  • Chapter L 185
  • Chapter LII 189
  • Chapter LIII 190
  • Book VI - The Widow and the Wife 197
  • Chapter LV 200
  • Chapter LVI 207
  • Chapter LVII 208
  • Chapter LVIII 212
  • Chapter LIX 216
  • Book VII - Two Temptations 221
  • Chapter LXIII 221
  • Chapter LX 223
  • Chapter LXI 229
  • Chapter LXII 231
  • Chapter LXIV 234
  • Chapter LXVIII 237
  • Chapter LXIX 239
  • Chapter LXX 243
  • Chapter LXXI 247
  • Book VIII - Sunset and Sunrise 253
  • Chapter LXVII 254
  • Chapter LXIX 255
  • Chapter LXXI 259
  • Chapter LXXIII 262
  • Chapter LXXIV 265
  • Chapter LXXV 267
  • Chapter LXXVI 269
  • Chapter LXXVII 270
  • Chapter LXXVIII 272
  • Chapter LXXIX 275
  • Chapter LXXXIII 277
  • Chapter LXXX 279
  • Chapter LXXXV 283
  • Chapter LXXXI 284
  • Chapter LXXXII 285
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