Daniel Deronda

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"Deronda's acceptance of Judaism as a religion is revolting"
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Eliot to Harriet Beecher Stowe
Towards the Hebrews we western people who have been reared in Christianity have a peculiar debt [...and] fellowship in religious and moral sentiment".
2 of 17
Lady Mallinger
"Going mad about the Jews"
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Mordecai
The Jews "kept and enlarged their spiritual store at the very time when they were hunted with a hatred so fierce as the forest fires that chase the wild boar from his cover".
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Mordecai on future hope
"A new Judea, poised between East and West - a convenant of reconciliation - a halting place of enmities, a neutral ground of the East".
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Gwendoline
"The White bejewelled fingers of an English countess was very near touching a bony, yellow, crab-like hand".
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Gwendoline on Jews
"Jew dealers were so unscrupulous in taking advantage of Christians unfortunate at play".
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Deronda on travel
"The germs of this inclination [...] made him want to be at home in foreign countries".
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Deronda on travel
"I want to be an Englishman, but I want to understand other points of view, and I want to get rid of a merely English attitude in studies".
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Mrs Meryick
"One could hardly imagine this creature having an evil thought".
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Mathew Arnold
Jews are "voluntary strangers here and have no claim to become citizens but by conforming to our own moral law [...] the Gospel".
11 of 17
Daniel on identity/travel
"There is a great deal of unmapped country within us".
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Daniel's initial identity
"I am an Englishman".
13 of 17
Identity
"Coloured deeply".
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Mother
"Real as another [name] the Jews have always been changing their names".
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Identity at resolution
"Glad to find myself a Jew".
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On Herr Klesmer
"Astonished at [...] com and of english idiom [...] accounted for probably his being a Pole or Czech, or something of that fermenting sort".
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Card 2

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Towards the Hebrews we western people who have been reared in Christianity have a peculiar debt [...and] fellowship in religious and moral sentiment".

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Eliot to Harriet Beecher Stowe

Card 3

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"Going mad about the Jews"

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Card 4

Front

The Jews "kept and enlarged their spiritual store at the very time when they were hunted with a hatred so fierce as the forest fires that chase the wild boar from his cover".

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Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

"A new Judea, poised between East and West - a convenant of reconciliation - a halting place of enmities, a neutral ground of the East".

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