Silas MarnerLarge Print - 1991
What is the value of human relations, the connection between souls? In Silas Marner, George Eliot explores this question in the story of a reclusive weaver in a small English town who learns to trade his love of gold for the love of those around him. Though he started life as a religious man, a heartbreaking betrayal drove Silas Marner to become a recluse whose only companions were his gold coins. But one day, his gold is stolen and a golden-haired girl appears in his cottage . . . and from that day forward, Marner -- and the town -- are irrevocably changed. An Accelerated Reader® Title
Publisher: South Yarmouth, Mass. : Curley Pub., 
Edition: Large print ed. --
Branch Call Number: LP FIC Eliot 3206 01
Characteristics: 315 p. --
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