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by George Eliot

Middlemarch: Quotes (What was Said) True or False

1. "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." -> Rosamond Vincy
2. 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
3. "________ 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." -> Will Ladislaw
4. Who said, "For my part I am very sorry for him."? -> Celia Brooke
5. Who said, "This young creature has a heart large enough for the Virgin Mary."? -> Mr. Farebrother