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Mr Gilfil's Love Story by George Eliot
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Mr Gilfil's Love Story (1857)

by George Eliot

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When old Mr Gilfil died, thirty years ago, there was general sorrow in Shepperton, and if black cloth had not been hung around the pulpit and reading-desk, by order of his nephew and principal legatee, the parishioners would certainly have subscribed the necessary sum out of their own pockets, rather than allow such a tribute of respect to be wanting.
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Caterina Sarti is the orphaned daughter of an Italian music master who has been brought up by the aristocratic Cheverel family. In love with the Cheverel heir, Anthony Wybrow, her hopes of marrying him are frustrated by the discovery that not only has he merely been playing with her affections, but his family will never accept her.… (more)

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