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Orward slowly and closed over the line” Thus opens the novel about Esther Waters young pious woman from a poor working class family who while working as a kitchen maid is seduced by another employee becomes pregnant is deserted by her lov. I really really liked this I love reading Victorian book that look at fallen women their destitution their shame their life etc Every Victorian author has something different say on the matter and I really liked Moore’s sympathetic portrayal of the figure Esther was such a lovely character to follow and her life was far from easy A brill read Just felt the last 100 pages or so were a little dull when she had settled the horse racing narrative just grew a little boring and repetitive

Summary Esther Waters

Esther WatersEr and against all odds decides to raise her child as a single mother Esther Waters is one of a group of Victorian novels that depict the life of a “fallen woman” It is considered to be Moore’s best novel Moore lived from 1852 to 1933. This is a fabulous and neglected book written in the 1890's A strong heroine fascinating portrayal of working class life in London and the culture of betting on horses Esther Waters is a young single mom making her way despite the odds Wonderfully evocative Much better than other well known fin de siecle books that have soppy heroines

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Download µ Esther Waters Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß “She stood on the platform watching the receding train A few bushes hid the curve of the line; the white vapour rose above them evaporating in the pale evening A moment and the last carriage would pass out of sight The white gates sw“She stood on the platform watching the receding train A few bushes hid the curve of the line; the white vapour rose above them evaporating in the pale evening A moment and the last carriage would pass out of sight The white gates swung f. I enjoyed this one but it's not my favourite George Moore While it very interestingly examines a lot of important themes I found the pacing a bit odd and the ending a little disappointing There's also a lot about horseracing in this book maybe too much