Middlemarch

Middlemarch A Study of Provincial Life.—A novel, by George Eliot, published in 1872, and characterized by The Quarterly Review  “as the most remarkable work of the ablest of living novelists, and, considered as a study of character, unique.” The heroine is Dorothea Brooke, first married to Mr. Casaubon, afterward to Will Ladislaw. Among the other characters are Mr. Lydgate, Rosamond Vincy, Mary Garth, and Mrs. Cadwallader.