by George Eliot
Multiple choice questions about George Eliot's Silas Marner, chapter 1.
How long has Silas lived in Raveloe at the start of the novel?
Silas' experience with his friend William Dane from Lantern Yard left him
What is Silas' primary occupation?
As a young man in Lantern yard, Silas was engaged to be married.
Silas often invites his neighbors to his home and he longs for company.
How is Silas' appearance described?
The citizens of Raveloe often call on Silas for his
What ailment does Silas suffer from?