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One such rural weaver facing the suspicion and distrust of his neighbors is Silas Marner, a lonely figure who lives on the outskirts of Raveloe, in a cottage near the Stone Pits. The Raveloe villagers perceive Marner as strange, because of both his lonely occupation and his strange condition in which he periodically falls into a trance-like state, or fit.

Marner is convinced that God will demonstrate his innocence only to find that the lots declare his guilt. Having lost his faith, Marner flees Lantern Yard. For fifteen years, Marner lives in Raveloe, withdrawn from the community, but making a fair sum of money from his constant weaving work. He is fascinated by the gold he earns and begins to hoard it.

He works for the gold itself and treasures a store of it under his floorboards. Every night, he takes out his gold to admire it, and the gold takes the place in his heart of any human affection.

The older son, Godfrey, has married a woman named Molly Farren of lowly birth and they have a young daughter. Their marriage is a secret from everyone, including the Squire, and only the younger son, Dunstan, knows the truth.

Godfrey regrets his foolish marriage and has long loved a respectable young woman named Nancy Lammeter. In order to repay this money, and to keep his secret, Godfrey allows Dunstan to take his horse, Wildfire, and sell him at the hunt.

After securing a price for the horse, Dunstan rides the hunting course only to have the horse fall and die. However, he finds the door of the cottage unlocked and the place deserted.

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He quickly deduces where the gold is hidden, and, taking both bags, stumbles off into the darkness. Silas Marner returns home to find his gold gone and is thrown into panic and despair.

He goes to the Rainbow, the local pub, for assistance. The men gathered there help Marner, but half of them believe that the robbery must have been committed by a supernatural force, and the other half are unable to discover anything about the thief.

The villagers begin to reach out to Marner in his misfortune, and one woman in particular, Dolly Winthrop, is very generous.

However, despite his deliberations and anxiety, he backs out of this course of action and tells his father only the problem of the loaned money.

Dunstan Cass does not return home. Nancy has determined to never marry Godfrey as he has behaved unusually to her, by ignoring her or by paying her close attention in a whimsical matter. Godfrey and Nancy dance together and Godfrey decides to get as much joy from the brief evening as possible.

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Unknown to Godfrey, his wife, Molly, is walking through the snowy evening to the Red House, carrying their child and bitterly intending to expose her connection to Godfrey. Molly is addicted to opium and she cannot resist taking a dose as she travels. The weaver is frozen in one of his fits at the open door, and the child moves past him and falls asleep on the warm hearth.Look at this figure silhouetted against the sky- solitary, sad, and weighed down.

However, despite his deliberations and anxiety, he backs out of this course of action and tells his father only the problem of the loaned money. Holly Hughes.

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He thinks over the consequences of confession: Some readers have pointed out that Silas is unlike the villagers because he works with a machine. WIN the ultimate Audiobook experience! His entire oeuvre spins round a new definition of Christianity.

It represented for her an age of innocence. All of his works gingerly feature in his daring quest to define true Christianity and Christian, to propound the concept of subjective truth, to dispel the Hegelian collective spirit, to mold the idea of angst and freedom, and to draw a line between three modes of existence. Because it relieves his mind, Silas invents evidence pointing to Jem.

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