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The Jew in late-Victorian and Edwardian culture, between the East End and East Africa, edited by Eitan Bar-Yosef and Nadia Valman

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Table Of Contents
Jews and jewels: a symbolic economy on the South African diamond fields / Adrienne Munich -- Little Jew boys made good: immigration, the South African war, and Anglo-Jewish fiction / Nadia Valman -- Acting like an alien: "civil" antisemitism, the rhetoricized Jew, and early twentieth-century British immigration law / Lara Trubowitz -- Commerce, state, and anti-alienism: balancing Britain's interests in the late-Victorian period / Nick Evans -- The ghosts of Kishinev in the East End: responses to a pogrom in the Jewish London of 1903 / Ben Gidley -- Jews, Englishmen, and folklorists: the scholarship of Joseph Jacobs and Moses Gaster / Simon Rabinovitch -- Imperial Zion: Israel Zangwill and the English origins of territorialism / David Glover -- Zionism, territorialism, race, and nation in the thought and politics of Israel Zangwill / Meri-Jane Rochelson -- By whom shall she arise? for she is small: the Wales-Israel tradition in the Edwardian period / Jasmine Donahaye -- Spying out the land: the Zionist expedition to East Africa, 1905 / Eitan Bar-Yosef -- Herzl, the scramble, and a meeting that never happened: revisiting the notion of an African Zion / Mark Levene
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
xii, 241 pages, 23 cm.
Isbn
9781403997029

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