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The minutest details of the building are interwoven with memories of his childhood and his parents so that he feels life for him elsewhere would be impossible. In the same way, he is setting his mark upon Tom, by demanding his partnership in this malediction so formally inscribed beside the births and deaths in the bible. Maggie's protest is against what her father is here doing to Tom. BOOK 4 THE VALLEY OF HUMILIATION Chapter 1 - A variation of Protestantism unknown to Bossuet Summary Eliot turns aside from narrative to discuss the unromantic nature of the subject matter she has chosen.

But when she happens to choose the better piece, he accuses her of greed and goes off in dudgeon to play with Bob Jakin, a poor boy who sometimes works for Mr Tulliver as a bird scarer but is highly knowledgeable about animals and indifferent to creature comforts. They toss for Bob's halfpenny: he cannot bear the thought of losing it so cheats, much to Tom's indignation. They fight and with the help of Yap, the dog, Tom wins. He calls Bob a cheat, says he won't have anything more to do with him and returns home.

When she wakes she is appalled to realise how cruelly she has betrayed them. She resolves that she will part from Stephen and tells him this just before they disembark at Mudport. Stephen fiercely argues against her decision, urging the strength of their mutual love which would make any other marriage a mockery, that their flight has already decided the issue since Maggie is irremediably compromised, and that Maggie is now betraying him. But Maggie sees no happiness in their love because it would be founded on others' misery and her own selfishness.

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