Israel Zangwill

Children of the Ghetto / A Study of a Peculiar People

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    lindsaydearingerhas quoted8 years ago
    conception of Judaism as outlined in his first leader, his view of it as a happy human compromise between an empty unpractical spiritualism and a choked-up over-practical formalism, avoiding the opposite extremes of its offshoots, Christianity and Mohammedanism, was novel to many of his readers, unaccustomed to think about their faith.
    lindsaydearingerhas quoted8 years ago
    the rival party it was mildly derided, though many fair-minded persons were impressed by the rather unusual combination of rigid orthodoxy with a high spiritual tone and Raphael's
    lindsaydearingerhas quoted8 years ago
    But it will pay, it must pay; with you at the head of it,
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