Daniel Deronda - Study Guide Book VIII, Fruit and Seed Summary & Analysis

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In chapter fifty-eight, it's noted that Rex has gotten over Gwendolyn and is throwing himself diligently into his studies. He and Anne sometimes visit at the home of his Aunt Fanny, and they are there when word comes from Reverend Gascoigne that Grandcourt has drowned. The Reverend writes that he will immediately travel to Genoa and Mrs. Davilow says that she'll be ready to leave shortly. Rex returns to the rectory but waits outside for a few minutes to gather his thoughts. He wonders if Gwendolyn might be willing to accept him now and feels guilt and confusion over the thought. He then goes inside and offers to do anything he can to help. The Reverend instructs him on handling some correspondence and other duties before leaving.

In chapter fifty-nine, Sir Hugo takes several days longer to arrive than...

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