Adam Bede by George Eliot
The first novel written by George Eliot, the pen name of Mary Ann Evans. Published in 1859, it is set 60 years earlier in the fictional village of Hayslope, where a morally-upright carpenter named Adam Bede is in love with Hetty Sorrel, a pretty and self-absorbed dairymaid. When Hetty falls pregnant by the young squire of the village, she runs away, gives birth in secret and kills her baby. She is sent to prison and sentenced to death. It falls to her cousin, the Methodist preacher Dinah Morris, to impress upon her the gravity of her situation and turn her mind to repentance. Meanwhile Adam, shocked by Hetty’s crime and by the discovery of her relationship with the squire, has to reassess his rigid views of morality.
- The Warwick Edition of George Eliot’s Works
- Publisher William Blackwood and sons, London; 1901
- Soft Leather Binding, 817 pp
- Size 165 x 105mm, 450g
Condition: Good – Rubbing To Edges, Missing Part Of Front Blank Endleaf, Owners Name, Good Copy
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