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Israel Zangwill (1864–1926)

Zangwill, Israel. An English-Jewish novelist; born in London, 1864; died in 1926. He published: ‘The Premier and the Painter’ (1888, in collaboration), a romance; ‘The Bachelors’ Club’ (1891); ‘The Big Bow Mystery’ (1891); ‘The Old Maids’ Club’ (1892); ‘Children of the Ghetto’ (1892), a collection of stories, his best work; ‘Merely Mary Ann’ (1893); ‘Ghetto Tragedies’ (1893); ‘The King of Schnorrers’ (1894); ‘The Master’ (1895), a novel; ‘Six Persons,’ a comedietta; ‘Without Prejudice’ (1896), published originally, under the same title as ‘Causeries’ in the Pall Mall Magazine; and the drama ‘The Melting Pot’ (1909).