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Review: Daniel Deronda

User Review  - Peters100 - Goodreads

A wonderful book, and probably the pinnacle of this author's career. I especially liked the first half in which the interesting character of Gwendolen is very nicely developed. The second half ... Read full review

Review: Daniel Deronda

User Review  - Alexa - Goodreads

This is a tale of ethics, of the way in which one young woman is overwhelmed by, shaped by and re-imagines herself due to her collision with the force of nature which is Daniel Deronda, a young man ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elaine - Goodreads

Utterly brilliant. A masterpiece. Read full review

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User Review  - Ruth Gilbert - Goodreads

It had some really great characters and ideas but boy, some of it was tedious. Read full review

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User Review  - Linda Gaines - Goodreads

I finished this novel this week. I really like her novels and this one has a lot of elements new for her time. At the dance she describes Lady Pendreath " She was one of those women who are never ... Read full review

Review: Daniel Deronda

User Review  - Lysmerry - Goodreads

I adore George Eliot, a woman who fought hard to make her way in the literary world. My favorite book of hers is Adam Bede, but I believe that takes place in an earlier time. Due to the problematic ... Read full review

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User Review  - Maxine - Goodreads

Great story ultimately but, bloody hell, it was a trial to read it! Read full review

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User Review  - Alexis Hall - Goodreads

Oh man, why did I shelve this? I mean, it's fascinating. Victorian Zionism? But it's also kind of dull. I think maybe the problem with Daniel Deronda is, well, Daniel Deronda. He's less a character ... Read full review

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User Review  - David Gill - Goodreads

LOVED IT!!! Read full review

Review: Daniel Deronda

User Review  - David - Goodreads

Just happened upon this with no intention of ever reading George Eliot. It's very good and is a great look at class, gender, and religious differences and standing in the 19th Century. Read full review


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