Israel Zangwill wrote with compassion and understanding of the ghettoes of England and America -- and never with such force as in the sketches and tales that make up Children of the Ghetto, first published in 1892.
A prominent member of Jewish literary society in London, Zangwill was a lecturer and playwright, in addition to novelist. He prepared a version of Children of the Ghetto for the stage just before the turn of the last century.
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