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One of the best-loved works of the nineteenth century, Middlemarch explores the complex social relationships in a town that moves and breathes with a life of its own.
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One of the best-loved works of the nineteenth century, Middlemarch explores the complex social relationships in a town that moves and breathes with a life of its own.
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Paperback (1088 pages)
Published: February 1, 1985
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Imprint: Bantam Classics
ISBN: 9780553211801
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