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The Mill on the Floss - Book 6: Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6: Chapter 3 Summary

Maggie has trouble sleeping that night, thinking of the way Stephen looks at her. Lucy tells her that Philip will be coming with Stephen the next day, and Maggie tells her that she can't see him unless Tom agrees to it, and she tells Lucy the whole story.

Book 6: Chapter 3 Analysis

She has never had a man look at her in this way before, and her reaction is to be expected. He is the utmost of desirability as a possible mate for life, and he is attracted to her. We know him to be a rather superficial young man already because of his reasons for choosing Lucy for a wife. However, we will come to see that his attraction to Maggie is real, and he is changed by it. She would be very good for him. His life would consist of...

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