Silas Marner Essay | Silas Marner: How Eppie Changes Silas's Life

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Silas Marner: How Eppie Changes Silas's Life

Summary: Discusses the novel Silas Marner by George Eliot. Describes how Eppie's arrival Changes Silas' life and restores his happiness. Provides supporting evidence from the text.
The first part of the book sees Silas as part of a church group in a place called Lantern Yard, showing that he has a lot of faith in God at this point. He is also engaged to be married and has a very close friend called William Dane so is not lonely at this point. Silas is sent to look over the sick Deacon one night and has a fit where he is in a daze and does not know anything that is going on around him at the time. As this is going on his so called best friend William Dane originally comes in to relieve Silas so he can go to bed but notices that Silas is having this fit and takes advantage by stealing the church's money and framing Silas at the same time. In the morning Silas wakes...

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