In order to find out the truth, they rely on prayer, and the drawing of lots The lives of these characters show that wealth or material objects do not bring Molly is addicted to opium and needs another shot to energise her walk towards the Squire's house in the deep snow.
Although it was difficult to read and it had a vast vocabulary of nineteenth century language I still understood the plot and gained a lot from it Silas Marner Silas Marner: Theme Analysis Silas Marner, written by George Eliot inattempts to prove that love of others is ultimately more fulfilling than love of money.
It does, however, also point to the fact that simple people like Eppie and Marner lose their bearings in the onslaught of progress. Neither does she unconditionally embrace the changes evolving around her, but her view of the complex heterogeneity of modern civilization is discriminating, leading her to a partial and sceptical acceptance Winkgens Here are three characters that were victims of prejudice.
George Elliot was a female and her real name was Marian Evans. Even religion is indicted in the novel, showed to be unjust and hypocritical during the casting of lots which finds Silas guilty.
Silas had left Lantern Yard because he had been falsely accused of stealing - and because his friend, William Dane, had betrayed his trust by accusing him and marrying Silas's fiancee, Sarah. Then the result effects of these systems rise when the characters have addicted by these systems, the characters become involved on classes and alienated.
The outsider plays an important part in both novels.