ISBN 9788171674206,Silas Marner

Silas Marner


George Eliot


Rupa & Co



Rupa & Co

Publication Year 2000

ISBN 9788171674206

ISBN-10 8171674208


Number of Pages 288 Pages
Language (English)


Silas Marner, A Weaver And A Member Of A Small Calvinist Congregation In Lantern Yard, Is Wrongly Accused Of Stealing The Group'S Funds While He Was Watching Over The Sick Deacon. Despite Silas'S Attempts To Prove His Innocence, He Is Proclaimed Guilty Once The Bag Containing Money Is Found At His House And His Pocket Knife Is Found At The Scene Of The Crime. He Suspects That His Best Friend, William Dane, Has Framed Him So That His Betrothed Abandons Him For Dane. When The Inevitable Happens, Silas Leaves The City, Heartbroken. This Story Follows Silas As He Journeys On, Trying To Find Meaning In His Life. He Eventually Finds It, In The Form Of An Unsuspecting Girl He Adopts. About George Eliot George Eliot Is The Pseudonym Of Mary Ann Evans, An English Novelist, Journalist, Translator And One Of The Best Known Writers Of The Victorian Era. Her Other Works Are: Adam Bede, The Mill On The Floss, Middlemarch, And Daniel Deronda. Silas Marner Was Adapted Into Several Films, Plays And An Opera.