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Reviews

  • Perhaps the greatest novel of them all... An enormous canvas and a vast and poignant range of character...a marvellous portrait of nineteenth-century provincial life

    Joanna Trollope, Guardian
  • In Middlemarch George Eliot's serious intelligence produced a novel that no one else could have been capable of - a picture of society as an organic, living, breathing synthesis - order and disorder, hope and hopelessness, pride and humility, charity and greed

    Kate Atkinson
  • Middlemarch, the magnificent book which with all its imperfections, is one of the few English novels written for grown-up people

    Virginia Woolf
  • Another great romantic story, in which the adorable intellectually pretentious heroine makes a disastrous marriage to a desiccated fossil before finding true love with a penniless somebody

    Jilly Cooper

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