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Silas Marner (adapted ∙ Oxford Bookworms)…

Silas Marner (adapted ∙ Oxford Bookworms)

by Clare West

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What will happen if a person lose his reason for life?Will it be the wost thing in the whole world?In fact,the fortune and the misfortune always are togther with each other like sisters,one's losing may just is the beginning of earn.A weaver lost the whole money he had but he became even happier because he had some thing much more precious.With the trap and lie,love and gold,this story is quite marvellous.With a happy ending,the true love finally defeat the money.It will impress you if you read it,trust me. ( )
1 vote 7x | Oct 10, 2011 |
I was very glad to read the ending that Silas Marner could get a happy life. He was really kind and it often moved me. On the other hand, I hate the sub-character of this book. His behavior sometimes annoyed me.
From this book, I learned that a life did not always go better. But I believe being truthful enables us to enjoy my life heartly. ( )
  yukiha | Dec 18, 2009 |
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In a hole under the floorboards Silas Marner the linen-weaver keeps his gold. Every day he works hard at his weaving, and every night he takes the gold out and holds the bright coins lovingly, feeling them and counting them again and again. The villagers are afraid of him and he has no family, no friends. Only the gold is his friend, his delight, his reason for living. But what if a thief should come in the night and take his gold away? What will Silas do then? What could possibly comfort him for the loss of his only friend?

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