• Daniel Deronda encounters Gwendolyn Harlet in a gambling room. They stare quite a bit and are intrigued by each other but do not talk.
• Gwendolyn is distracted by her gambling because of Daniel's gaze. When she returns to her room later that night, she finds a letter from her mother informing her that her family has lost all of its money and she must return home at once.
• The next morning, she pawns a necklace before leaving town. Before she actually departs however, the necklace is returned to her; and she knows that Daniel sent it but she cannot confront him because she has nothing but her own suspicion to support that thought. She goes to her mother and family.
• Gwendolyn and her family move to a rented house where they are cared for by their uncle, Reverend Gascoigne and his wife. It becomes clear that...
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