Il mulino sulla Floss has ratings and reviews. Huda said: I think that, The novel was to monitor a particular historical period.. in terms. Title, Il mulino sulla floss. Volume 36 of Biblioteca di Repubblica: Ottocento. Author, George Eliot. Publisher, L’Espresso-Division La Repubblica, Bibliographic information. QR code for Il mulino sulla Floss. Title, Il mulino sulla Floss Volume 30 of Biblioteca dell’Espresso: I grandi romanzi · Volume 30 of I.
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Il Mulino Sulla Floss
This was a very up-and-down book for me: It didn’t do very much for my moral, but I’m glad I listened to the audiobook. The tone was less dark and serious. It is a sad book for much of the time, but never without a feeling of hope and faith, so that it doesn’t feel depressing. I wanted to throw the book across the room at the end.
Her reaction to it, and all that followed from it, are things I’m still pondering two days after finishing the novel, and her aruments with Philip about asceticism are ones I’ve had Without spoilers, all I can say is that I was very irritated with the ending. Philip was a loyal and caring friend. The pacing was quite weird for me, in a way it almost felt like it was longer than Middlemarchwhich isn’t the case at all, so that’s how much it dragged Return to Book Page.
All through the book I Might mention things that are considered spoilers! And mulkno really frustrating when the author keeps mentioning a main character’s wretched circumstances. Still don’t know what I think, honestly.
Il mulino sulla Floss – George Eliot, Nadia Fusini – Google Books
Maggie craves the love and approval of her less intellectual but much more practical brother Tom but her impetuous nature causes frequent clashes between them. The social background, from the different classes to the way communities mulijo was splendidly described and I quite enjoyed the atmosphere of the novel.
The brilliance of GE: Why did they have to die?! Il mulino sulla Floss by George Eliot.
For me with George Eliot there are always stretches where the reading experience flows nicely and I’m engaged and entertained. Without spoilers, all I can say is that I was very irritated with the ending.
The tone of this book is a rather sad one and it does not end well. I’m starting to think George Eliot had a tendency to describe his characters as renouncing, suffering women, who would say ‘no’ to any kind of earthly pleasure.
At times her actions were rational and just, but at times they were impulsive displaying a lack of self-command. Can you understand this? Wives and Daughters was a hard pill to swallow and this The Mill shlla the Floss could have been a little bit better. Stephen is one of those “If you loved me you would!
Themes included her humanist vision and strong heroines. This book is considered one of George Eliot’s best book. Interestingly, both are romantic tragedies which end up with the heroine drowning, in dramatic fashion, close to her loved one.
It wasn’t the best ending ever, you know.
Il mulino sulla floss – George Eliot – Google Books
And when their father died, this became even worse. And I won’t waste any time expounding on how disappointing, flows disappointing, the ending is — it’s like it was written late at night in a fit of desperation before an AM term-paper deadline. I found their childhood fights to be repetitive, starting inevitably with Maggie’s clumsiness and ending inevitably shlla Maggie’s tears.
Once we entered the financial downfall of the family, the pacing felt more balanced, and I found Maggie’s return to society after her downfall to be particularly compelling.
Il mulino sulla Floss
Tom is a pig-headed, self-righteous thrower of stones at animals whose only virtues are the most generic ones of young English manhood. After her father’s death inMary Ann traveled, then accepted an unpaid position with The Westminster Review.
I must admit that I was not drawn into flosw novel as much as I was for Middlemarch, however Eliot’s writing provides insight into her society in a rather unique way.
She is critical to the plot but just never came across as a real person to me. The Mill on the Floss 1 6 Nov 23, And, like I said, the book was really cheap, why not, right?
Now I get why I had heard people raving about how much they loved her and I so agree with them. Contrived to make a point. I’m not saying the book was bad, because it wasn’t.