The Mill on the Floss, is a novel by English writer George Eliot realism published in 1860. It draws largely on the memories of his life; the main character, Maggie, is a sensible and wise woman locked in a vulgar and provincial environment and relegated in favor of his brother, despite her become more intelligent. During adolescence brothers, the father is ruined and there begins his fight against circumstances to succeed. Maggie is probably the most fascinating character of all the works of George Eliot, while addressing their personal, filled with boredom and meanness, amid a changing society slowly from the old rural traditions to fleshing rule of the industrial revolution. It is a story behind an accurate critique of feminist root.