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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Joseph Jacobs (1854–1916)

Jacobs, Joseph. An English author and journalist; born in Sydney, NSW, Aug. 29, 1854; died on Jan. 30, 1916. He edited the Literary Year Book and the Jewish Year Book; late secretary of the Russo-Jewish Committee, president of the Jewish Historic Society, and literary editor of the Jewish Encyclopædia. Author of: ‘English Fairy Tales’ (1890); ‘Jews of Angevin England’ (1893); ‘Literary Studies’ (1895); ‘As Others Saw Him’ (a Jewish Life of Christ) (1895); ‘Wonder Voyages’ (1896); ‘A Story of Geographical Discovery’ (1898), and many other works.