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Felix Holt, the Radical by George Eliot
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More tools Find sellers with multiple copies Add to want list. Didn't find what you're looking for? Add to want list. Are you a frequent reader or book collector? The novel's other central character, however, Esther Lyons, has the enormous advantage of being young and beautiful.
The choice for the romantic, undereducated, and overrefined Esther is between Felix Holt's hard life among the lower classes and Harold Transome's wealth. Like Mrs.
Transome, Esther has a secret, but Esther's secret elevates her. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the novel is how this good-humored but frivolous young woman grows serious and thoughtful as she is given opportunity and experience. Late in the novel, she even speaks in a public courtroom to testify in favor of Felix, who has been falsely accused of rioting during the election.
Felix Holt has many meandering, exotic pleasures, including the convoluted plot, the wonderful minor characters, and the splendid descriptions of England in the 's. It is a novel that takes some effort to read, but repays the effort with insights that expand our understanding of our own scattered and shattered era.
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