George Eliot's final novel, Daniel Deronda (1876), follows the intertwining lives of the beautiful but spoiled and selfish Gwendolene Harleth and the selfless yet alienated Daniel Deronda, as they search for personal and vocational fulfilment and sympathetic relationship.
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Daniel DerondaUser Review - Holly E. Ordway - DVD Talk
The movie In anticipation of reviewing the 2002 BBC production of Daniel Deronda, I made a point of reading my copy of the novel, which I'd been meaning to get around to for a while. One of George ... Read full review
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