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GGeorge Eliot's Felix Holt: The Radical by Meredith Sue Willis - 1995
Young Harold Transome returns to England from the colonies with a self-made fortune, then scandalizes his district by running for Parliament as a Radical. In this elaborately plotted and entertaining novel first published in 1866, George Eliot contrasts the opportunism of Transome with the true radicalism of Felix Holt, who fights a lonely battle to educate the working class.
Government Role In Militarization Of Central America by Staff - 1983
Great Expectations by Staff - 2008
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