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Essay | Silas Marner

This student essay consists of approximately 8 pages of analysis of Silas Marner.
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Silas Marner

Summary: Essay describes how the community of Raveloe reacts to each key moment in the novel "Silas Marner" by George Eliot.
The village of Raveloe is a typical English village, with the church being in the centre reflecting the importance of church life in Raveloe at that time. Another main place in Raveloe village is The Rainbow Pub which is situated near to the church, village life is centred around these two places. All of the villagers went to church and it was normal to go to the pub after a days work and to socialise with companions. Life in Raveloe was slow and simple, villagers made their own clothes and didn't travel, therefore were very suspicious of strangers and didn't trust them. This type of life contrasted greatly with the Industrial Revolution which has happening in England at this time, Raveloe was a country village with country values, "Quite an hours journey on horseback from any turnpike." This meaning that Raveloe was very far from other villages and...

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This section contains 2,262 words
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