He decides to live out the rest of his days in Raveloe. Question 2: Why is Godfrey convinced of being in the right? There'd be two 'pinions about a cracked bell, if the bell could hear itself. And, once again people organise a search party and get out to help him, much like the way they had done when he had come to report the theft of his money. In the end, Silas get his gold returned and gets to keep his daughter. His superstitious company says that of course he would see no ghosts, because he does not believe in them. She rejects him as a suitor on the grounds of their family relationship. It seems that every day the dog eats what a poor man may eat on a special occasion.
Question 2: Describe the life-changing incident in Lantern Yard that Silas experienced. Macey to talk about the Lammeters, the history of whom he knows better than almost anyone. Summary of Part One, Chapters 8-15 The whole village is abuzz with the news of the robbery, but no one can figure out who did it. Silas insists on keeping the child, so things are looking up for Godfrey. Everyone was either talking about it or doing something to find the truth. In the meantime, we see a pitiful woman walking through the streets of Raveloe, carrying a child. But Dunstan foolishly kills Wildfire by jumping a fence which pierces the horse.
There is also the idea that wealth corrupts. Silas is always honest, both with himself and with others. How did Silas behave after seeing it? Marner goes to the party at Squire Cass's home and tells the villagers about the dead woman. Question 4: Why do you think William betrayed Silas? He would gift them small things without arousing suspicion. Their two fates are thus tied together thematically, and they will soon be even more closely tied. For Eliot, who we are determines not only what we do, but also what is done to us.
Now, fate had dealt a blow and he had to appear childless for the rest of his life in spite of having a daughter. Answer: I think that this chapter is of great importance. Neither did he have any evidence of the latter having the gold bags in his possession. Local characters include the doctor, farrier and inn-keeper, among others. People will get to know about his secret marriage and how terribly he behaved with his lawfully wedded wife. There was no love lost between the brothers. Talking to Dolly about the past reawakens many memories.
In his youth, he was jilted by his love and betrayed by his best friend, so he carries his hurt like a cloak. All the people who were not household servants, or young men, are required to take the sacrament on the day of an important festival. Answer: The death of Mrs. After all, nothing had happened in the last fifteen years! After the second largest tragedy in his life, he soon adopts a small child, whom he names Eppie. While Godfrey went for his Sunday afternoon pursuits, Nancy would sit down to read the Bible, but soon would give and slip into reflecting over her life.
Answer: Silas was in good humour that day. Most likely, he suffered from epilepsy. Answer: In my opinion, William betrayed Silas because he wanted to marry Sarah. They are talking, joking, poking fun at each other. He spent a good part of his day bent over in a chair, with his hands holding his head. She ends up spurning him when he is banished from the community and marrying his supposed best friend, William Dane. He is carrying with himself the little child of the frozen woman.
At the end of the chapter, all are participating in an animated discussion about ghosts. Answer: Silas returned home to a welcoming and warm fire. Question 4: Once convinced about the robbery, what did Silas do? He mentioned that Eppie began to dislike him when he confessed that he was her father; he accepted this as his punishment for having lacked in his duty as a father. A group of students could collaborate to create an entire special edition of The Raveloe Times. However, the horse dies and he is left with nothing.
He quietly plies his trade, an odd and lonely stranger in the eyes of the villagers. Write the lyrics and music, or adapt words to a melody by someone else. Godfrey, hoping the woman is dead, follows the doctor and Silas. Apart from that, he had a bad reputation. While the rich had more than their needs and afford to feed their pets with delicacies, the same delicacies were festive meal for the poor.