George Eliot's Daniel Deronda Notebooks Paperback – 25 Oct 2010
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Review of the hardback: 'This is essential reading for anyone interested in the sources of Daniel Deronda, the interpretation of those sources and their contextualised effects. The assemblage contains hitherto unpublished pages from the Berg Notebook, together with a reexamination of the Pforzheimer Notebooks. These notebooks and their commentary mark a major step towards the fuller appreciation of George Eliot's artistic dedication and the nature of her genius.' George Eliot - G. H. Lewes Studies
George Eliot's notebooks from the years 1872–77 reveal how she integrated her new knowledge about Judaism into the creative process of writing Daniel Deronda. One of the notebooks is published in this 1996 volume; others are new transcriptions. Notes and translations are provided, and interpretative links made to the novel.
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