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Daniel Deronda Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book III, Maidens Choosing Summary

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Book III, Maidens Choosing Summary

In chapter nineteen, Daniel considers telling his uncle about the girl he'd found at the river but decides to wait.

In chapter twenty, Mirah tells the story of her life and how she comes to be so desperate that she is ready to drown herself. She says that as a child, she and her father embark on a trip and wind up in America. She is schooled by her father for the theater and is a quick study. While her father pets her, she comes to realize that he isn't always truthful with her and begins to doubt many things he tells and promises. They travel around, ending up for a time in Vienna and Mirah, realizing that her father means to marry her off, runs away. She believes that her mother and brother live in the city and arrives with...

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