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Will Ladislaw

Well, you don’t know Will, do you? I don’t know him very well either, but he is becoming a pesky 9th character in Middlemarch by George Eliot. If you’ve been following along, you’ve been introduced to eight main characters.  I’m … Continue reading

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National Puzzle Day! (January 29th) and . . .Middlemarch

Wow! big day here—National Puzzle Day.  It’s a state holiday here in Pennsylvania—everything is closed up and people are home doing puzzles!

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Setting a Cast for Middlemarch–part 2

Boy, I’m treading on thin ice here.  How can I keep an audience with this stuff??  But–I’m in it for the long run and I’m ready with the photos of the other four main characters in Middlemarch.

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Setting a Cast for Middlemarch characters

I don’t know how far along you are in reading Middlemarch by George Eliot, but before I get much further, I want to get the eight main characters set in my mind– with pictures! Today, just four—let’s keep this reasonable!

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Middlemarch . . .Book Two!

What!  it’s in sections?  I just finished reading about the Vincys—very important family in the Middlemarch area –and beautiful Rosamond Vincy is going to be a —

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And a bit more about Middlemarch, up to chap 11

Well, fine kettle of fish–thinks Mrs. Cadwallader–she’s the neighbor of the Brookes and therefore thinks she has a full hand in any proposed marriages to take place involving Dorothea and Celia.

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A little bit about Middlemarch

I don’t know how far along I’ll carry these comments, but I’d like to share a little bit about Middlemarch with you.

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