Zangwill, Israel (b. 1854)

Zangwill, Israel, littérateur, born in London, of Jewish parents in poor circumstances; practically self-taught; studied at London University, where he took his degree with triple honours; became a teacher, then a journalist; has written novels, essays, and poems; among his works the “Bachelor's Club,” “Old Maid's Club,” “Children of the Ghetto,” “Dreams of the Ghetto,” “The Master,” “Without Prejudice,” &c.; (b. 1854).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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