"The fotunes of Silas Marner" by George Eliot.
A Study into the Fortunes of Silas Marner.
George Eliot wrote Silas Marner in 1861. It is set in a time before the Industrial Revolution, a world that our society is unaware of. It is in a time where cloth was made at home in a weaver's cottage, rather than in large factories of mass production. Silas is a cottage weaver.
Silas Marner's fortunes throughout the book are many and varied. Although throughout the story he receives many setbacks and blows to his confidence, he seems to build on these and turn them to his advantage. His first major set back sets the scene for the rest of the…
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