Beneath the gritty surface of industrial England, an ancient and persecuted people continue to love and dream. Subtitled "Being Pictures of a Peculiar People," this influential 1892 early work of Anglo-Jewish fiction, set in London's East End, brought its author fame and comparisons to Dickens and Twain for his humanity and humor.
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BARNES & NOBLE
August 15, 2011
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