Daniel Deronda

Daniel Deronda Pubblicato nel Daniel Deronda l ultimo brillante romanzo di George Eliot e forse il pi controverso In questo libro infatti la celebre autrice di Midllemarch offre uno dei pi lucidi e feroci

  • Title: Daniel Deronda
  • Author: George Eliot
  • ISBN: 8893253402
  • Page: 148
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  • Pubblicato nel 1876, Daniel Deronda l ultimo, brillante romanzo di George Eliot, e forse il pi controverso In questo libro, infatti, la celebre autrice di Midllemarch offre uno dei pi lucidi e feroci ritratti della politica e dell imperialismo di et vittoriana, della discriminazione sessuale e razziale, della tolleranza religiosa e del pregiudizio Daniel Deronda un giovane benestante di bell aspetto, la cui natura sensibile e altruista lo spinge ad aiutare chiunque intorno a lui si trovi in difficolt da una sala da gioco alla riva del Tamigi, fino a un piccolo negozio di antiquariato, Daniel incontra cos l altezzosa Gwendolen, la giovane Mirah e l erudito Mordecai Tra coincidenze ed eventi mondani, le loro vite si intrecciano a quella di Deronda, che cercher di risollevare le loro sorti e che ne verr a sua volta inaspettatamente trasformato Affidato fin da piccolo a Sir Hugo Mallinger, Daniel non ha mai saputo chi fossero i suoi genitori, ma un incontro accidentale getter nuova luce sulle sue origini Le contraddizioni della bella e viziata Gwendolen, i difficili trascorsi della delicata Mirah e i sogni religiosi di Mordecai accompagnano Daniel Deronda verso la consapevolezza di s e verso un insperata felicit , sullo sfondo dei costumi dell aristocrazia inglese Attraverso una variegata galleria di personaggi umani, Eliot affronta in maniera esplicita il tema del sionismo e dell antisemitismo, con tinte vivide a met tra l indagine morale e il tono satirico Con una storia avvincente, dalle situazioni dirompenti e dai personaggi indimenticabili, viene qui riproposta una delle pi importanti scrittrici britanniche che, al pari di Jane Austen e Virginia Woolf, rientra a pieno titolo tra i classici della letteratura.

    Daniel Deronda TV Mini Series Nov , With Jodhi May, Edward Fox, Amanda Root, David Bamber Set in Victorian London, Gwendolen Harleth is drawn to Daniel Deronda, a selfless and intelligent gentleman of unknown parentage, but her own desperate need for financial security may destroy her chance at happiness. Daniel Deronda by George Eliot A beautiful young woman stands poised over the gambling tables in an expensive hotel She is aware of, and resents, the gaze of an unusual young man, a stranger, who seems to judge her, and find her wanting The encounter will change her life The strange young man is Daniel Deronda, brought up with Daniel Deronda Rotten Tomatoes Based on George Eliot s novel about a love triangle gone awry, Daniel Deronda originally aired on television as part of the award winning Masterpiece Theatre series The illegitimate son of a Daniel Deronda Product Description Daniel Deronda is a sensitive, intelligent young man, the illegitimate son of an aristocrat, haunted by the secrets that shroud his birth. Daniel Deronda Barnes Noble Classics Series by George Daniel Deronda, by George Eliot, is part of the Barnes Noble Classics series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes Noble Classics New introductions commissioned from today s top writers and scholars

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    • Avevo letto il romanzo una decina di anni fa, in prestito da un'amica. Ho comprato adesso la versione per e-book, per averlo sempre a mia disposizione. Come tutti i romanzi della Eliot è una lettura inesauribile.

    • "Daniel Deronda" was the last novel George Eliot wrote, and it's an appropriate finale to her career -- a lushly-written, heartfelt story about a young man searching for his past (and clues to his future), as well as a vibrant strong-willed young lady who discovers that life doesn't always go your way. Even better, Eliot deftly avoided the cliches and caricatures of the Jewish people, portraying them with love and respect.Daniel Deronda is the ward (and rumored illegitimate son) of a nobleman, w [...]

    • This is a sleeper of a classic in my opinion. Anyone into classics should give it a read. Of course there are references that you either have to overlook or look up, that have to do with things that were popular at the time. Its Elliot's contemporary novel, her others were set in the past. Her breadth of vocabulary alone takes your breath away, as well as her writing ability and style. I learned more new words in Daniel Deronda than I've learned reading any other single book in the last 10 years [...]

    • Elliot writes a long, slow-moving drama of character study, tragic marriage, Judaism, family misfortunes with themes of women's liberation and subjection, and personal identity.The novel has two separate stories joined together by Daniel Deronda. Each of them features a compelling woman who is involved with Daniel.I found this much less compelling than Middlemarch, and horribly slow. Most novels this static I would have put down, but this is Elliot and her characters are very well drawn.The no [...]

    • Victorian novels are not to everyone's taste with a very leisurely pace, lots of extraneous characters and scenes and endless social interaction, but if you have the patience this is a great book with a couple of great characters, an interesting plot, an author with a great eye for detail, and an eye opening treatment of the place of women and Jews in mid-nineteenth century England. Probably the best defense of Zionism in all of literature and many years before the horrors of Europe's efforts t [...]

    • While I welcome a digital version of Penguin's DERONDA, with Terrence Cave's excellent notes, I'm dismayed at the lack of attention to detail. Some of the chapter epigraphs appear in miniscule type; many punctuation marks (especially periods) have gone missing; and there are outright howlers, as when "A Jew!" (an important word in this book) becomes "A few!" Is it too much to ask a major publisher to proof its digital versions? Apparently.

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