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AS and A Level: George Eliot
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Her compassion is further reinforced by the fact that she was willing to love Philip even though society looked down on his deformity, which is conveyed by Philip telling his father ?girls are not apt to get attached under those circumstances [accidental deformity].? Moreover, Maggie portrays sympathy at a young age when she attempts to subdue Toms feud with the Wakem family by claiming that ?[Philip] couldn?t choose his family? [so they] ought to be the more sorry for him?, because his dad was a ?bad man?.
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