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"In Daniel Deronda, her last work, the author of Middlemarch left behind the comfortable world of the Victorian middle classes to venture into areas of human experience that were completely new to the English novel. Like her hero, Deronda, she set out to come to terms with the English Jews, a society-within-a-society of which her contemporaries seemed to be oblivious. Like her remarkable heroine, Gwendolen Harleth, she discovered a vein in human relations that could lead, through the best intentions, only to despair."
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