"Daniel Deronda" tells the story of two main characters, that of Daniel Deronda and Gwendolyn Harleth. The setting is Victorian England, and you will fall in love with these characters as they face trials and hardships. Daniel is a gentle young man person who learns of the causes among the Jewish community and takes interest. Gwendloyn is the spoiled daughter of a wealth widow who is forced into the working world when her family goes through financial hardship. The two come together to help each other and learn some important lessons in the process. This novel explores different aspects of life during the Victorian era. It also deals with some controversial issues about Jewish proto-Zionist and Kabbalistic ideas. A wonderful book that has been adapted for both the stage and screen, you will have a hard time closing the cover as you yourself gripped by the story line and engaged with the interesting characters.
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George Eliot's final novel and her most ambitious work, Daniel Deronda contrasts the moral laxity of the British aristocracy with the dedicated fervor of Jewish nationalists. Crushed by a loveless marriage to the cruel and arrogant Grandcourt, Gwendolen Harleth seeks salvation in the deeply spiritual and altruistic Daniel Deronda. But Deronda, profoundly affected by the discovery of his Jewish ancestry, is ultimately too committed to his own cultural awakening to save Gwendolen from despair.
This Modern Library Paperback Classic is set from the 1878 Cabinet Edition.
“Daniel Deronda is a startling and unexpected novel . . . it is a cosmic myth, a world history, and a morality play.” —A. S. Byatt
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Descripción Palmera Publishing, 2015. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1943862176