THE OTHER WOMAN: LYDIA GLASHER AND THE DISRUPTION OF ENGLISH RACIAL IDENTITY IN GEORGE ELIOT'S DANIEL DERONDA by ProQuest

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									THE OTHER WOMAN: LYDIA GLASHER AND
THE DISRUPTION OF ENGLISH RACIAL
IDENTITY IN GEORGE ELIOT’S
DANIEL DERONDA

                                       KATHLEEN R. SLAUGH-SANFORD


     In the early pages of George Eliot’s final novel Daniel Deronda (1876),
Gwendolen Harleth wrestles with the impending decision to accept or reject
the marriage proposal of Henleigh Grandcourt, a formidable but wealthy man.
Gwendolen realizes that an alliance with Grandcourt would rescue her, as
well as her mother and sisters, from financial hardship, 
								
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