By George Eliot
A tender wood worker dwelling within the fictional group of Hayslope, Adam Bede falls desperately in love with a neighborhood attractiveness, Hetty Sorrel. whilst beginners arrive in town—a gallant younger captain and Hetty's mild cousin Dinah—the affections and wishes of those kids are pitted opposed to the pressures in their social situations.
Adam Bede is the 1st novel written through writer George Eliot and used to be met with severe acclaim upon booklet in 1859. in general believed to be the best examples of realism in English literature, the unconventional hasn't ever been out of print.
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