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Middlemarch

Middlemarch

by George Eliot

Middlemarch: Quotes (What was Said) Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Middlemarch? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. "In ______’s romance it was not necessary to imagine much about the inward life of the hero, or of his serious business in the world."


Dorothea Brooke
Mr. Casaubon
Tertius Lydgate
Rosamond Vincy
Celia Brooke
Q. Who is being described? "She was as blind to his inward troubles as he to hers; she had not yet learned those hidden conflicts in her husband which claim our pity."


Dorothea Brooke
Mr. Casaubon
Tertius Lydgate
Mary Garth
Celia Brooke
Q. "________ relied much on the psychological difference between what for the sake of variety I will call goose and gander: especially on the innate submissiveness of the goose as beautifully corresponding to the strength of the gander."


Dorothea Brooke
Mr. Casaubon
Will Ladislaw
Tertius Lydgate
Rosamond Vincy
Q. Who said, "For my part I am very sorry for him."?


Dorothea Brooke
Mr. Casaubon
Will Ladislaw
Celia Brooke
Narrator
Q. Who said, "This young creature has a heart large enough for the Virgin Mary."?


Mr. Casaubon
Mr. Farebrother
Mary Garth
Fred Vincy
Celia Brooke
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