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Israel Zangwill

Life: 1864-1926

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The Grandchildren of the Ghetto, [en]

Without Prejudice, [en]

Stories by English Authors: London
(Selected by Scribners), [en]

The Big Bow Mystery, [en] 1895

Dreamers of the Ghetto, [en] 1898

Ghetto Tragedies, [en] 1899

From Plotzk to Boston, [en] 1899

Merely Mary Ann, [en] 1904

Ghetto Comedies, [en] 1907

The Melting-Pot
A drama in Four Acts, [en] 1909

Children of the Ghetto
A Study of a Peculiar People, [en] 1914

Chosen Peoples
Being the First ''Arthur Davis Memorial Lecture'' delivered before the Jewish Historical Society at University College on Easter-Passover Sunday, 1918/5678, [en] 1919

The Grey Wig
Stories and Novelettes, [en] 1923

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