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Middlemarch
used in The Age of Innocence

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George Eliot novel that portrays a web of social interaction and is described by many as one of the greatest novels of all time (1871)
  • The box was full of things he had been waiting for impatiently; a new volume of Herbert Spencer, another collection of the prolific Alphonse Daudet's brilliant tales, and a novel called "Middlemarch," as to which there had lately been interesting things said in the reviews.
    Chapter 15 (86% in)

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