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The Mill on the Floss - Book 3: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3: Chapter 4 Summary

They are looking for the note in Mr. Tulliver's room when he awakens and seems lucid. He tells Tom that he doesn't want to take the money from the Mosses and that he is to make Wakem pay.

He also tells Tom that he will need to take care of his mother and sister and that Luke had put $50 into the business that must be paid back. He says that the note they are looking for is in a box. He becomes angry thinking about what has happened and lapses again into a coma.

Book 3: Chapter 4 Analysis

Eliot's skill in drawing memorable characters is evident in this story. Tulliver has been shown to be an energetic, hard-working man who has had some business success but whose emotions are not well under control. He feels that he is being taken advantage of...

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