Daniel Deronda

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Oxford University Press, 1998 - Fiction - 727 pages
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Daniel Deronda, the last of Eliot's novels, is the most complete expression of her idealism. Its main concerns are those of personal morality, of dedication to tradition and roots, and of spiritual identification and sympathy--all set in an era of considerable national and international awareness. The text is that of the Clarendon Edition.

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User Review  - JVioland - LibraryThing

Wonderful book by one of my favorite authors. It is the only one she wrote that occurs during her contemporary times and deals with antisemitism in English Victorian society. Read full review

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User Review  - fitakyre - LibraryThing

I ended up liking the book more than I thought I would. Gwendolen Harleth is really a fantastic character, and Eliot has a superb mastery of the consciousness of people from many different backgrounds ... Read full review

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Graham Handley is at University of London.

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