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Title: The Mill on the Floss
Author: George Eliot
ISBN: 978-0-195462-40-1
Genre: Classics, Romance
Level: 2

Getting along with others
Cultures of the world
Teenage life
Home and neighbourhood
Nature and environment

Maggie Tulliver is different from the rest of her family. She is tall and beautiful, and she is clever. While Maggie's brother Tom works hard so that he can take over the flour mill which their father manages, Maggie's mind is on other matters.

Maggie loves the son of her father's greatest enemy. Secretly she meets him and they talk of books and art. Later Maggie meets the man expected to marry her cousin Lucy. But he falls in love with Maggie.

Read this romantic and tragic story and discover Maggie's fate.

George Eliot, whose real name was Mary Ann Evans, wrote famous stories about English people living in the country in the time of Queen Victoria, over a hundred years ago. The Mill on the Floss was one of Eliot's best-loved stories.

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