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As a tribute to the influence on Zionist thought of the 19th century English novelist George Eliot, Israel honoured her legacy by naming streets in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv after her. Eliot — real name Mary Anne Evans — completed her last novel, Daniel Deronda, in 1876. It’s not only seen as a masterpiece of Victorian literature, but also as an influential work that shaped early Zionist thought. Unusual for its time, the novel includes a character by the name of Mordechai Cohen and follows his journey of self-discovery as well as his deepening relationship with the Jewish community. A major part of the book is dedicated to delving into Jewish culture, identity and dreams of establishing a national homeland. […]
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