George Eliot's 'Daniel Deronda' Notebooksby George Eliot
Pub. Date: 11/21/1996
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
George Eliot's notebooks from the years 1872-77 reveal her acquisition of a wide range of learning about Judaism, and provide insight into the creative process of integrating that learning into her last novel, Daniel Deronda. One of the notebooks is published here for the first time; others are offered in new transcriptions. Translations are provided for the notes in German, French, Italian, Greek and Hebrew; explanatory headnotes are supplied, and interpretative links are made to the novel; primary sources are traced and the chronology of Eliot's reading outlined.
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Table of ContentsPreface; Introduction; Part I. The Berg Notebook: Part II. The Pforzheimer Notebooks: Pforzheimer notebook 711; Pforzheimer notebook 710; Pforzheimer notebook 707; Bibliographical index: George Eliot's sources; Subject index.
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