The Mill on the Floss | Study Guide

George Eliot

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Maggie Tulliver Passionate, intelligent woman; craves her brother's love Siblings Cousins Cousins Mother Mother Close friends Clandestine confidantes Courting couple Spouses Father Father Mrs. Tulliver Timid, dull-witted woman; rejects her daughter Lucy Deane Kind, innocent woman; wants to make her cousin's life easier Tom Tulliver Dutiful and rigid man; harshly judges those who break social codes Mr. Tulliver Prideful, stubborn man; neglects to consider consequences Philip Wakem Intelligent, artistic man; feels bitter about his social rejection Stephen Guest Wealthy, spoiled man; sacrifices friends to his infatuation
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