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Silas Marner
Silas Marner
by George Eliot
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Silas Marner Chapter 15 Summary

  • Meanwhile, one person is particularly interested in watching Eppie grow up. It's Godfrey. He doesn't want anyone to suspect that he's especially interested in her so he stays pretty hands-off, but he thinks about her a lot.
  • Dunstan is still missing, which is great for Godfrey: he's turned his life around and has even managed to marry Nancy.
  • Even as he imagines a hearth full of Nancy's children, he promises himself that he won't forget his other child.
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