Middlemarch - Study Guide Book One: Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7

Dorothea insists upon learning Greek from her future husband, even though her uncle believes that she would find playing an instrument more useful. He tells himself that the match is a good one that he has no business meddling in especially since he believes that Casaubon will be well off in the ministry.

Chapter 8

Chettam continues to think that Dorothea’s marriage to Casaubon is a bad idea. He tries to get the rector to speak to Brooke about it, but the rector kindly refuses to interfere. Chettam goes forward with working on Dorothea’s cottages. The two develop a friendship.

Chapter 9

Dorothea, Celia, and Mr. Brooke tour Casauban’s manor home to see what changes Dorothea wants to make to the home. She asks that everything be left as it is. While on the grounds, they meet Casaubon’s cousin, Will Ladislaw, whom...

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