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Since I initially planned to read about the village of Middlemarch and the families who lived there during the 1830s, choosing an American show about an American family living in a specific locale seemed only fair.To detox from the news, I binge-watched ‘Dallas.’ It was more than just fun.|Sibbie O'Sullivan|January 20, 2021|Washington Post
I’m ready for less drama, and I hope to get back to “Middlemarch.”To detox from the news, I binge-watched ‘Dallas.’ It was more than just fun.|Sibbie O'Sullivan|January 20, 2021|Washington Post
Some of us have read Middlemarch; all of us have an opinion on Philip Roth.What Should Be Your Favorite Books?|Benjamin Lytal|February 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For me, reading Middlemarch or Sentimental Education is work, whereas Catcher in the Rye was pure pleasure.Woody Allen's Favorite Books|FiveBooks|May 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Yet "Middlemarch," with all the labor spent upon it, has more faults than any of her preceding novels.
The general impression left on the mind from reading "Middlemarch" is sad and discouraging.
Miss Simcox has pointed out the reference to this in the motto of the 57th chapter of "Middlemarch:"George Eliot's Life, Vol. I (of 3)|George Eliot
If there is a chance that "Middlemarch" will be good for anything, I don't want to break down and die without finishing it.
I am glad to hear of the pleasure "Middlemarch" gives in your household: that makes quite a little preliminary public for me.