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Daniel Deronda Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book VII, The Mother and the Son Summary

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Book VII, The Mother and the Son Summary

In chapter fifty, Daniel reads his mother's letter given to him by Sir Hugo. She asks that he meet her in Genoa. She says she isn't certain what day she'll be there but asks that he wait for her, says she is a princess and signs the letter Lenora Halm Eberstein. Daniel doesn't tell Mordecai and Mirah the purpose of his trip. Daniel arrives but is kept waiting for three weeks. When his mother arrives, he receives word that the princess is in the hotel and that she wants to see him the following day.

In chapter fifty-one, Daniel's mother's servants believe that Daniel is a young doctor being consulted for issues of the princess's health. Daniel tells his mother that he's spent a great deal of time thinking about her over the course of...

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