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The Mill on the Floss - Book 1: Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1: Chapter 13 Summary

Mrs. Pullet tries to mediate between Mrs. Glegg and Mr. Tulliver, telling her sister that it would look bad if it became known that about a quarrel in the family. She is too late, however, Mrs. Glegg has already decided not to ask for the money back right now. Mrs. Glegg is too late because Mr. Tulliver already decided to borrow it from someone else, who happens to be client of Mr. Wakem's, the lawyer who is his enemy.

Book 1: Chapter 13 Analysis

These matters loom so large in this family, yet we as readers know that they are trivial. However they are what fill the vacuous lives of these self-absorbed characters.

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