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Romola by George Eliot

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Romola
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Publisher: Belford, Clarke
ISBN/ASIN: B005WX3IZO
Number of pages: 560

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A historical novel by George Eliot set in the fifteenth century. Romola is the female protagonist through which the story is rendered; her intellectual and religious growth, often painful, reflects the religious and cultural transitions of the Italian Renaissance in Florence.

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