Silas Marner

Silas Marner

George Eliot

on a daily basis the miserly Silas Marner works, and each evening he is taking his hoard of gold out from less than his floorboards and counts it. Then his fortunes swap unexpectedly. And while an deserted baby, Eppie, unearths her approach into his domestic, Silas is given an opportunity to remodel his existence forever.

Edited with an advent and notes through David Carroll.

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