Middlemarch Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of The Real World.
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The Real World: Reality in Middlemarch

Summary: Explores the reality aspect in the acclaimed novel "Middlemarch" by George Eliot. Describes how the situations and the characters in the novel are applicable to everyday life. Also details how the aspects of reality and realism throughout Middlemarch provide a much stronger connection and relationship with the reader.
What makes Middlemarch such a realistic novel is the situations and the characters in the novel are applicable to everyday life. Although the novel is fictitious, many of the characters are not overly inflated into superfluous unrealistic personalities; rather, they are relatable descriptions of everyday people. The situations may sometimes be dramatic, but no more so than in real life. The settings and the surroundings in the town of Middlemarch are also appropriate with those of reality. The aspects of reality and realism throughout Middlemarch provide a much stronger connection and relationship with the reader.

The impression given by the community in Middlemarch is similar to that of a small tight-knit community almost anywhere. In a smaller community, everybody knows everybody else, as well as their business, and more about each other's personal life than one would like to think. There is usually a town gossip spreading rumours...

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This section contains 896 words
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