Felix Holt: The Radical

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The book follows the young nobleman with a self-made fortune, Harold Transome. When the young nobleman returns, he aims to stand for the elections as a “radical.” But soon, Felix Holt returns too. Holt’s and Transome’s thoughts and the idea did not match and clashed. The book continues as the villagers suspect Felix, but soon learn he is a good man.

What makes this book stand out?

This book focuses on the changing society and people face, which is precisely depicted by Holt’s character. The book is one of those books which are quite relevant even in today’s time.

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A surprisingly humorous read.

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The book has detailed political description, which can bore some of the readers.

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