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The Mill on the Floss - Study Guide Book 6: Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6: Chapter 5 Summary

Tom is twenty-three now, and he has quit himself so well at Guest and Company that he is being offered a share in the business. Tom thanks his Uncle Deane but asks him instead to buy the mill and let him run it and live in the old home place. Deane agrees to look into it.

Book 6: Chapter 5 Analysis

Tom is on his way. Even though his education has been of little use to him, the qualities his father taught him have served him well. He's still very young, so we don't know whether he will also go the way of his father in handling his affairs. We do know that he is stubborn and inflexible.

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