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The apparently simple plot is however a framework that holds together a complex structure of symbolism and great historical accuracy. The story portrays young Silas Marner who works as a weaver in Lantern Yard, a fictitious industrialized town in the Midlands. He is falsely accused of stealing the Calvinist congregation's church funds while watching over the dying deacon.
In reality the clues point to his best friend, but Marner is declared guilty and forced to leave town.
He settles down in the distant rural village of Raveloe. Here he lives as a recluse, amassing considerable wealth from his expertise as a weaver. One night, the gold which he hoards in his cottage is mysteriously stolen, pushing him over the edge into deep depression.
One night, an orphan child wanders by chance into his cottage and for Silas, this is the turning point in his life. Filled with memorable characters and steeped in the rural atmosphere of Victorian rural England, Silas Marner is ultimately a tale of love and hope.
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