Silas Marner

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Publisher SChand Publications
ISBN 9788121939539
Author: S. E. Paces
Number of Pages 102
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Silas Marner by S. E. Paces
Book Summary:

The story of “Silas Marner” is both a sad and a happy one. Silas is a simple weaver in a town. He is a man who loves God till his friends cruelly wrong him. Then he loses his faith in God and Man. He leaves the town to live in the village of Raveloe. For fifteen years, he lives and works there. He has no friends, nor does he want any. His only joy is the gold he has saved. When his gold is stolen from him, his life is a sorrowful one. Then little golden-haired Eppie comes to him out of the night. Silas learns to love Eppie more than his gold. She brings fresh life to the old weaver. She brings him happiness. Poor Silas has been wronged in the town by his false friend, William Dane. He has been wronged in the village by the wicked Dunstan Cass. But in the end, Right triumphs over Wrong. Silas recovers his faith in God and in Man. In “Silas Marner”, George Eliot gives us a true picture of life in an English village at the beginning of the nineteenth century

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This book Useful for School students.

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