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The mill on this you may like the floss Outside dorlcote mill-The narrator walks along the river floss at dorlcote mill.He watches a nearby little girl and her dog.Tulliver discusses lawyers and their evil withMr.Riley, and his plans to educate tom so that he will not have to work at the mill.Maggie, upset, thinks that tom would not abandon the farm.Mr.Tulliver at first tries to show off maggie's intelligence, but then sends her away.Mr. Riley recommends a tutor,Mr.When the sun starts to shine she goes outside to celebrate tom's eventual return with yap, the dog.Luke discourages her from knowledge and learning.At luke's reminder, maggie realizes she has not fed tom's rabbits.Tulliver, and shows maggie the fishing lines which he bought for her.Tom then wants to go see his rabbits which are actually dead, and he blames maggie for their deaths.Mr.Tulliver orders tom to be nicer to maggie, and the next day the two go fishing together.Bob and tom fight over a half-Penny that tom should have won, with tom as the victor of the brawl.Tuliver's sisters, the dodsons(Mrs. Glegg,Mrs. Pullet, andMrs.Deane), come to visit the Tulivers.After recieving criticism from her aunt glegg, maggie goes upstairs with tom before dinner and cuts her hair.Tom ridicules her and makes maggie regret her actions.The house servant eventually coaxes maggie downstairs to eat.Glegg may ask for her loan of five-hundred poundsMr.Tulliver plans to ask his sister's family-The mosses-For the three hundred pounds he had loaned them. Tulliver and the children, they marvel atMrs.Pullet's new hat. Later, entranced byMr.Pullet's music box, maggie hugs tom, spilling his drink, and is scolded;Mrs. Tulliver tries to convinceMrs. Pullet to getMrs.After tom brings lucy to the house, he is sent back to find maggie, but returns to his mother without her.At first she professes her great desire to live among them, but recants as soon as she grows hungry.Ogg's as well as the legend of its patron saint are described by the narrator. While discussing the Tullivers' situation,Mr. Glegg advisesMrs.Glegg to not ask for the five hundred pounds back.Mrs.Glegg still grim from the quarrel at the tullivers' home is inititally submissive to the idea.Glegg has decided to"Bear no malice" toward the Tullivers by recollecting the money but, an ill conceived note fromMr. Tulliver explaining the repayment of the loan greatly disturbsMrs.Glegg and her esteem of the tullivers falls considerably, not to mention cutting off the tulliver children in her will. Tom's"First half" -Tom begins schooling at king's lorton, where he struggles with latin and the undivided attention of mr.Stelling.Tom becomes, in eliot's words,"Like a girl", taking blows to his pride from his schoolmaster without complaint and helping care for theStelling's daughter, Laura. -Tom returns from school to a snow-Covered st.Ogg's for christmas.As tom and maggie eat breakfast on christmas day, mr.Tulliver complains about his new, upstream neighbor, mr.Pivart, and pivart's irrigation projects that may divert waterpower from dorlcote mill.Mrs.Tulliver attempts to pursuade mr.Tulliver not to take the case to the law, but mr.Stelling's and the son of Mr.Waken.Philip's intelligence, hunch back and father lead to slight friction between the boys. "The young idea" -While philip excels in his subjects, mr.Stelling hires a new teacher, Mr.Poulter, for tom.He tells tom about war stories and brings his sword one day to show tom his excercises.Tom, being extremely excited, goes to tell philip to come watch, but he interrupts philip's singing, making philip angry.Tom insults philip and calls philip's father a rogue, making philip cry.Tom goes back to mr. Philip notices Tom'sdistress and assures him that he will not, in fact, be lame and thereby momentarily rekindles the friendship between the two.Later in the chapter, philip asks maggie if she would love him if he was her brother.Maggie, also grown, appears, greets him warmly, and informs him that his father has lost the trial(And therefore a huge sum of money)As well as his senses.Maggie sobs, but tom does not cry, bearing his horror in silence as the siblings cling to each other, and mr.Stelling sees them off. What had happened at home-After losing the lawsuit,Mr.Tulliver considers ways to maintain his status on the mill, but he learns that it has already been transferred to wakem.He is found by the roadside, insensible.Maggie returns home, to find her father suffering from memory loss.Mrs.Tulliver sends for her sisters.Mrs Tulliver frets over their current financial situation as they may have to sell her possessions;She and tom seem to blameMr tulliver, but maggie stands up for her father.Tulliver worries about her luxuries being sold, not her necessities.Tom wants to pay off the 500 pound debt, with interest, and is told that his family is far worse in debt.Tulliver's things, a noise rousesMr.Tulliver from bed.He has a temporary recovery and is angry that his things are being searched through, and so they explain what happened to him.He rants about wakem and the law.He then falls back asleep while muttering about the future.Ogg for to see uncleDeane about getting a job.The two talk about employment, yetDeane makes no offers.Deane's guest co.Will buy the mill and keepMr.Tuliver on it.Tom is offered a low-Pay job underMr.Deane.Mrs.Tuliver goes toMr.Wakem in hopes of convincing him to not buy the mill.However her revealing guest co's plans to buy the mill, gives wakem the idea to buy it himself and keepMr.Tulliver employed as the miller.Mr. Tulliver is troubled by the promise he madeMrs. Tulliver to work underMr.Wakem, and walks with luke, remembering childhood memories at the mill. Later that night, he vows to them to work underMr. Wakem but to not forgive him, and he gets Tom to write that vow and the wish of an evil befallingMr.Wakem in the family bible. Book fourth:The valley of humiliation A variation of protestantism unknown to bossuet-Eliot explains the differences between how the dodsons and tullivers were raised and what their beliefs and morals were.Tom works relentlessy to stave off creditors, mr.Tulliver seems to have lost all purpose besides paying off the debt, and mrs.However, her concentration is disripted by thoughts of her father's actions the day before.While outside she is visited by bob jakin, who gives her picture and prose books to replace the sold ones.They discuss bob's dog and maggie scolds bob for cheating his customers.After bob leaves, maggie begins to read a book by thomas a kempis. In the red deeps-On a trip into the red deeps, what was a relaxing pasttime was interrupted by philip wakem who has followed maggie.He entreats maggie to rekindle their childhood friendship although she she denies him his request at the current.Bob offers tom the opportunity to profit from his(Bob's)Foreign trading, and tom and bob visit the gleggs to garner additional funds for their investment. -Maggie meets philip in the red deeps.Maggie, inwardly conflicted by her secretive meetings with philip, tells him that they should not continue to meet on the grounds that the furtiveness of their engagements is wrong.Philip convinces maggie to remain in the forest for a half-Hour by painting a portrait of her.He confronts her telling her that she must never see philip again without tom's knowledge or he will tell their father.She asks to see philip one last time, and tom agrees but goes with her.When they see him, tom continuously insults him, and maggie tells him she must never see him so that tom will not tell her father.They leave, and maggie gets mad at tom for his actions, saying she will not submit to him.When he tells his father,Mr.Tulliver arrives home to find wakem currently leaving dorlcote mill.When wakem tries to leave, he blocks him off making his horse rear and buck wakem to the ground.Mr.Tulliver then attacks his back while he is on the ground with his riding whip.Maggie exits the house to hold her father back.Mr.Tulliver feels ill and exits to his bed. After a solemn dinner at whichMr.Tulliver is not present, he calls for tom and maggie.He shakes hands with tom and tells them of his imminent passing.Tom promises to get the mill back and look after his mother and sister.When maggie asks him if he forgives wakem even on his death bed he replies firmly that he does not. Book sixth:The great temptation Paradise-This cloyingly sweet scene involves stephen and lucy flirting for a good bit, talking about how maggie(Whom tom believes to be like her motherMrs.Tulliver)Will be staying for a spell, and how tom needs to call on philip to visit.Tom leaves and lucy is all giddy and goes to feed her favorite animals.Stephen arrives, impressing maggie with his cleverness, and the three take a row on the river.Back home, the pullets andMrs.Maggie admits that she finds stephen too"Self-Confident. "When lucy mentions that stephen will bring philip with him to visit the next day, maggie tells lucy she cannot because of her promise to tom.Maggie wishes for her promise not to see phillip to be lifted.Tom criticizes maggie, and tells her that she must give him up if she is to be phillip's lover.Tom reminds her of their father's final stand againstMr.Wakem, and maggie promises not to become lovers with phillip.Deane compares the present tiffany sale: to the past from the perspective of business, and compliments tom's work.He then offers tom a share of the business, but tom expresses a desire to reclaim his father's mill, believing that there is a chance wakem will sell it back due to mismanagement.Philip notices some connection between stephen and maggie.Mr.Deane reveals that tom wants guest and co. to buy back Dorlcote Mill, and Lucy wants to tell Philip so that he may help convinceMr. At firstMr.Wakem does not take it well, however after his evening outing he sits down to talk to philip about his and maggie's relationship.Mr.Wakem is eventually convinced of the legitimacy of their relationship and approves of philip's feelings for maggie.Mr.Ogg's bazaar, stephen tells phillip that he does not like maggie, information to which phillip acts hostile, and maggie announces her departure from st.Ogg's.She becomes angered and tells him to leave her alone.He asks her for forgiveness and then asks if she will but go away with him.She refuses, gives him"One kiss-And then a long look,"Then sends him away.Philip leaves the home early after sensing maggie no longer has feelings for him, but rather for stephen instead.He asks stephen to take maggie on the boat ride in his place.Stephen rows the two of them far past the meeting point with lucy in st.Ogg's.They get on a trading boat towards mudport and stay at an inn in the morning.Maggie insists the love stephen has for her is not mutual and she leaves.She takes a coach back to st.Together they dock at mudport where maggie declares they shalln't be together, though it was clear enough they faced a coming trial.They are lead to a posting house where stephen adamantly protests her returning to st.Ogg's, reminding her of the tribulations she will face.Both she and stephen then take a coach to inn. Book seventh:The final rescue The return to the mill-Maggie returns to tom, who turns her away, claiming he has no faith in her anymore.Mrs.Ogg's passes judgment. -The town learns that maggie has returned from mudport. Maggie is publicly repudiated for returning as Miss Tulliver rather thanMrs.StephenGuest.Stephen, however, maintains his social prominence.Eliot socially notes how the town would have been proud had she gotten married to mr.Guest.Maggie visitsDr.Kenn to explain her side of the story after lucy and philip are in not condition to talk.Dr.Kenn consents to help maggie find a job in st.Kenn hears many women talking about maggie and gives her a job as governess to his children.Maggie heard that lucy was leaving for scarborough because she was sick.The tomb was visited by both stephen and philip(Not together and not explicitly stated).Stephen visits a second time with lucy(Again not explicit).The engraving on the tombstone reads"In their death they were not divided. 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