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Middlemarch Ap Essay

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Middlemarch Ap Essay

What purposes doe the quotations in this essay from George Eliot's novel Middlemarch serve? Why does Gould, when introducing the quotation from Broca in paragraph 5, refer to Eliot? Why are quotations from Eliot, whose real name was Mary Anne Evans, especially appropriate for Gould's essay?

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