By George Eliot,F.R. Leavis,Regina Barrecca
While Adam Bede represents a undying tale of seduction and betrayal, it's also a deeper, impassioned meditation at the irrevocable effects of human activities and on ethical development and redemption via suffering.
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Adam Bede (Signet Classics) by George Eliot,F.R. Leavis,Regina Barrecca