The Voice of Jerusalem

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2005 - Religion - 376 pages
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1921. Zangwill was a prominent Zionist. His writings include novels, essays, poems and plays. The title of this volume was taken from a letter that appeared in the London Times within a few months of the outbreak of the Great War. Contents: Proem: The Quest; The Voice of Jerusalem; The Position of Judaism; Songs of the Synagogue; The Legend of the Conquering Jew; Shylock and other Stage Jews; Language and Jewish Life; The Territorial Solution of the Jewish Problem; The Old Clo' Man; The Mirage of the Jewish State; Our Own: A Cry Across the Atlantic; The Polish-Jewish Problem; The Goyim; The People of the Abyss; Converted Missionaries; Two Josephs that Dreamed; The Pillar of Fire; and Epilogue: The Majesty of Armenia. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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