Zangwill, Israel. Without Prejudice. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1896
Jewish author and political activist, Israel Zangwill (1864 - 1926), was passionate about campaigning for the oppressed. Many of his works address women's suffrage, pacifism, Zionism, and Jewish emancipation. He was a strong believer in assimilation and is best known for his influential novel "Children of the Ghetto: A Study of a Peculiar People" (1892) which was later released as a play titled "The Melting Pot" (1908). Zangwill is credited with coining the term "melting pot" to describe the fusion of various cultures and ethnicities. This is a rare volume of literary essays and travel accounts. Most of the selections were originally printed in Pall Mall Magazine.- Biblio.com
T. Fisher Unwin
Zangwill, Israel, "Without Prejudice" (1896). Jason W. Brown Library. 29.