By David M. Byers
George Eliot takes the well-worn story of a beautiful dairy-maid seduced by way of a slipshod squire, and out if it creates a portrait of the lives of normal Midlands operating people – their labors and loves, their ideals, their speech.
This concise complement to George Eliot's Adam Bede is helping scholars comprehend the final constitution of the paintings, activities and motivations of the characters, and the social and cultural views of the author.
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She is portrayed as a girl with almost no unselfish feelings at all, capable of using Adam, as she had used Arthur, completely for her own ends. When the vision of future luxury vanishes, her "love" for Arthur simply evaporates. Clearly Hetty is capable only of self-love. " But the switch to Adam is structurally necessary if Adam is to become deeply involved in the consequences of Hetty and Arthur's love affair and work out his personality problem through this involvement. But necessary or not, the implausibility represents a flaw; as we move along, we will encounter more evidence that plot construction is not Eliot's greatest strength.
He says he forgives Hetty and determines to go in search of Arthur. But Mr. Irwine tells him that Arthur is already on his way home and asks Adam to go with him to Stoniton to confirm that the girl being held is really Hetty. Adam agrees to go. When Mr. Irwine returns from Stoniton the next day--the girl in prison is Hetty, and Adam has decided to stay near her--he learns that the old Squire had died suddenly; Arthur is now master of the estate. He tells his sad story to the Bedes and the Poysers and the news is soon all over town.
We have seen at various points in the book how Eliot manipulates chance events and events over which the characters have no control to show how circumstance affects human life. com and of giving in to impulses toward violence, but he has not behaved so as to permanently injure another human being, as both Arthur and Hetty have. Still he suffers, and will suffer more; his love for Hetty (a good impulse) prevents him from seeing her true nature, and, as a result, he is trapped in a situation which he must deal with.
Adam Bede Notes (Cliffs Notes) by David M. Byers