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The origin of the modern Jewish woman writer : romance and reform in Victorian England / Michael Galchinsky.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-0-8143-4444-6 (paperback); 978-0-8143-4445-3 (ebook)
1. English literature—Jewish authors—History and criticism. 2. Jewish women—Great Britain—Intellectual life—19th century. 3. Women and literature—Great Britain—History—19th century. 4. English literature—Women authors—History and criticism. 5. English literature—19th century—History and criticism. 6. Aguilar, Grace, 1816–1847—Criticism and interpretation. 7. Judaism—Great Britain—History—19th century. 8. Jews—Great Britain—History—19th century. 9. Jewish women in literature. 10. Judaism in literature. 11. Jews in literature. I. Title.
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