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When the young nobleman Harold Transome returns to England from the colonies with a self made fortune he scandalizes the town of Treby Magna with his decision to stand for Parliament as a Radical But after the idealistic Felix Holt also returns to the town the difference between Harold's opportunistic values and Holt's profound beliefs becomes apparent Forthright brusque and driven by a firm desire to educate the working class Felix is at first viewed with suspicion by many including the elegant but vain Esther Lyon the daughter of the local clergyman As she discovers however his blunt words conceal both passion and deep integrity Soon the romantic and over refined Esther finds herself overwhelmed by a heart wrenching decision whether to choose the wealthy Transome as a husband or the impoverished but honest Felix Holt


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    Towards the end of this long but intensely interesting narrative the reader is told exactly how much time has passed since the first of the many events of the story The narrator sounded surprised at how brief a period it had been and I was surprised too because I'd been reading this book for quite a while and I'd come to associate it with the passing of a considerable period of time That was partly due to the many events that occurred in my own life while I'd been reading about Felix Holt's life but also to the fact that I'd read two books by Ali Smith in the meantime Felix Holt had had to wait calmly in the background while I helterskeltered through Smith's Autumn and WinterThe contrast between Smith's twenty first century urban Britain and the rural world of George Eliot's 19th century Loamshire couldn't be stark at first glance but it has occurred to me on finishing Felix Holt that it and Ali Smith's Seasonal series are not so very different after all One of the key events in Eliot's novel concerns the election of a candidate to parliament This was a time before universal suffrage so only the small number of men who owned land or property had votes However election agents often roused great mobs of landless people to demonstrate in favour of a particular candidate In this way people with no vote managed to have an influence on the outcome of elections The mobs might have had only the barest notions about the candidate's policies but inflamed by free drink and scurrilous handbills circulated by the election agents they could make such a clamor in support of the agent's favourite and against the opposition that they could sway the course of the votingAli Smith's Seasonal series touches on a voting issue too the referendum that resulted in Britain leaving the European Union Though every adult citizen in Britain now has a vote it could be argued that many of the voters had only a partial understanding of what they were voting for and were manipulated by the twenty first century equivalent of the 'election agent' and their clever use of media We have come a long way from handbills and free drinks but people are still as open to influence from misleading headlines as ever they were Election results are still controlled by small groups of powerful peopleThe other overlap between this Eliot novel and the Smith books concerns the role of women in the narrative Readers who are familiar with Ali Smith know that her main characters are invariably woman but making the main character a woman is not a given in the case of George Eliot She has several books in which the main focus is on a male character Silas Marner for example and Adam Bede and Daniel Deronda But while this book is named after a male character Eliot's story is predominantly about a female character Esther Lyon Felix Holt is essential to the plot but it is Esther who makes the key choices and decisions that influence all the outcomes There are two other important characters in this novel the parliamentary candidate Harold Transome and his mother the doyenne of Transome Court Harold strides through the book as if he owns it but it is his mother who holds the controls of his life His decisions become meaningless in the face of hersWe know that in the mid nineteenth century women even if they owned land or property didn't have the right to vote and that they had little power over their own lives Husbands were chosen for them by their fathers and everything thereafter was chosen by their husbands or eventually by their sons George Eliot presents us here with two rare cases of women who refuse to let fathers husbands or sons decide for them for better or for worse