If you are just causally interested in the Victorians (if that’s even possible) try George Eliot’s Silas Marner. It’s short and smart. If you’re very ambitious, try Middlemarch, an epic of provincial.

At about 8 minutes, “Voices and Cello” is a short work for Feldman. works are Harold Meltzer’s “Two Songs from Silas Marner” (2000). The Brooklyn composer drew on text from George Eliot’s 1861.

SHRIVER: I just recently read “Pier Falls,” Mark Haddon’s new short-story collection. SHRIVER: I remember not being able to bear George Eliot’s “Silas Marner.” It’s possible it’s good, but it was a.

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I still love the short stories, such as “Big Two. I had a crazy high school teacher who’d do impressions of Silas Marner. That haunts me till this day. It was many years before I could go back to.

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with the odd exception of "Silas Marner," a book that has doubtless made generations of children hate George Eliot. "Wishbone wants you to know that dogs and books are everyone’s best friends," says.

comic tribute to the old English music halls (beginning Jan. 25); a two-hour version of George Eliot’s "Silas Marner" starring Ben Kinglsey (beginning March 15); "Star Quality," adaptations offive.

A collaborative enterprise of around 70 translators working on 300 stories, the project boasts of several short stories being presented. and he translated Eliot’s Silas Marner (as Sukhdas) because.

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And we will treat ourselves to George Eliot’s short but profound Silas Marner, a secular story of sin and redemption. Some of our readings are long; you should be prepared to put in enough time to.

Silas Marner by George Eliot. Adults. 703-978-5600. 10:30 a.m. Pohick Regional Library, 6450 Sydenstricker Road, Burke. Very short stories and activities. Age 13-17 months with adult. 703-644-7333.

In short, “A man moves in with his mother when she can. Monday, Nov. 28. 7 P.M. Book Club. Silas Marner by George Eliot. Kensington Library, 61 Arlington Ave. Free event. 510-524-3043. Each meeting.

Originally based on Raymond Carver’s short story "So Much Water So Close to Home. which is a Steve Martin adaptation of George Eliot’s Silas Marner. Jindabyne is decidedly more macabre-when Stewart.

For "A Simple Twist of Fate," Steve Martin not only wrote the screenplay, an adaptation of George Eliot’s "Silas Marner," but also executive-produced. The effects of the child on McCann are just.

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George Eliot, too, whose verbatim English rural conversations in Silas Marner are small masterpieces suggesting a. That et cetera is the novel, the play, the monologue, the short story. That’s.

And I think I would say probably George Eliot’s “Silas Marner”, a wonderful novel. I said “Hmm, probably not”, actually I did it for a short period, but I said “I didn’t think so, Jonathan. I.

SILAS MARNER. By George Eliot. Edited by Elizabeth Seely. The editors see this as "innovative", allowing for short-cuts through the text. Others will consider it smacks of textual vandalism or.

Silas Marner by George Eliot. Edited by Mary Bousted. The Cambridge Hardy, for example, has a short introduction with valuable pre-reading activities (in this case to do with the novel’s provenance.