1. Grace Aguilar MSS
[The Grace Aguilar MSS are held at University College London, on loan from the Jewish Museum.]
Published Volumes Included among the MSS
Aguilar, Grace. Jewish Faith. London, 1846.
———. Records of Israel. London, 1844. Contains a series of reviews of Aguilar’s work.
———. Sabbath Thoughts and Sacred Communings. London, 1853.
———. Vale of Cedars. London, 1851. With many deletions in ink and pencil.
Aguilar, Grace. “Adah, A Simple Story.” 1838.
———. “The Charmed Bell and Other Poems.” 2 vols. 1836.
———. “Francoise.” A Fragment. 1834.
———. “The Friends, a Domestic Tale.” 1834.
———. “Leila, A Poem in Three Cantos with Notes.”
———. “Notes on Chonchology.”
———. “Notes on Excursion.” Oct. 1843.
———. “Notes upon C. C. Clarke’s Hundred Wonders of the World.”
———. Poems. 1834–35.
———. “Sabbath Thoughts.” Lecture on the Psalm 32 by Rev. R. A. Feb. 1837.
“The Late Miss Aguilar’s Case.” Translation of German doctor’s description of the stages of her illness.
“Proctor’s Account of the Administration of the Estate of Grace Aguilar, Spinster.”
Tributes Collected by Sara Aguilar
Bowles, Caroline A. “Reminiscences of Grace Aguilar.” Jan. 1848.
Female Hebrew Benevolent Society of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Nov. 3, 1847.
Friend from Devonshire. “Her love for many Christian friends …”
Hall, Mrs. S[amuel]. C[arter]. Art Union. Nov. 1, 1847.
Hebrew Benevolent Society of Charleston, South Carolina. Apr. 1848.
Hesse, G. “Grace Aguilar.” Archives Israelites. Nov. 1847.
Hyneman, Mrs. R. Philadelphia. Nov. 8, 1847.
Ladies of the Society for the Religious Instruction of Jewish Youth. Charleston, South Carolina, Nov. 23, 1847.
Luria, S. “Elegy.”
Meldola, David. “Is This My Place of Rest?” 1848.
Michell, Nicolas. “Lines of the Death of Grace Aguilar.” La Belle Assemblée. 1847.
Millbourne, W. “Elegy.”
Obituary. Athenaeum. Nov. 1847.
Obituary. Voice of Jacob. Nov. 1847.
Obituary and Leader. Occident. Dec. 1847.
Toulmine, Camilla. La Belle Assemblée. Nov. 1, 1847.
Unattributed. Jamaica. Nov. 1847.
Hebrew Christian Magazine. No. 1–7. London: Hall, Virtu. May 1852–Nov. 1852.
Hebrew Christian Witness, an Anglo-Judaeo-Christian Magazine, under the Entire Management of the Editor and Contributors from Patriotic Jewish Believers. London: Elliot Stock, 1872.
Hebrew Review and Magazine of Jewish Literature. Ed. Marcus H. Bresslau. London: M. H. Bresslau. Oct. 1859–July 1860.
Hebrew Review and Magazine of Rabbinical Literature. Ed. Morris J. Raphall. London: Simpkin and Marshall. Oct. 1834–July 1836.
Howitt’s Journal. 1 (Feb.–May 1847).
Israel’s Watchman; A Hebrew Christian Magazine. Ed. Alfred Edersheim. Mar. 1877.
The Jewish Advocate. For the Young. London: London Society for the Promotion of Christianity Amongst the Jews, 1845.
Jewish Chronicle. 1841–1907.
Jewish Herald and Record of Christian Effort For the Spiritual Good of God’s Ancient People. London: British Society for the Propagation of the Gospel among the Jews, 1846–47.
Jewish Sabbath Journal. Ed. Marion Hartog (née Moss). no. 1–11, Feb.–June 1855.
Voice of Jacob. Ed. Jacob A. Franklin. London: B. Steill, 1841–47.
3. Other Published Primary Sources
Abraham, Philip. Curiosities of Judaism, Facts, Opinions, Anecdotes, and Remarks Relative to the Hebrew Nation. London: Wertheimer, Lea, 1879.
Aguilar, Grace. Collected Works. 8 vols. London: R. Groombridge, 1861.
———. Home Influence: A Tale for Mothers and Daughters. London: James Nisbet, 1855.
———. Home Scenes and Heart Studies. London: G. Routledge and Sons, 1894.
———. The Jewish Faith. Philadelphia: 1864.
———. The Spirit of Judaism. Ed. Isaac Leeser. 3d ed. Philadelphia, 1864.
———. The Vale of Cedars; or, the Martyr. New York: D. Appleton, 1851.
———. Woman’s Friendship: A Story of Domestic Life. New York: D. Appleton, 1867.
———. The Women of Israel. 3 vols. New York: D. Appleton, 1884.
Arnold, Matthew. Culture and Anarchy. Ed. J. Dover Wilson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971.
Blake, William. The Complete Poetry and Prose. Ed. David Erdman and Harold Bloom. New York: Doubleday, 1988.
Blunt, John E. A History of the Establishment and Residence of the Jews in England; with an Enquiry into their Civil Disabilities. London: Saunders and Benning, 1830.
Brendlah, Madam. Tales of a Jewess; Illustrating the Domestic Customs and Manners of the Jews: Interspersed with Original Anecdotes of Napoleon. London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1838.
Bristow, Amelia. Emma de Lissau: A Narrative of Striking Vicissitudes and Peculiar Trials: with Explanatory Notes Illustrative of the Manners and Customs of the Jews. 2 vols. London: T. Gardiner, 1828.
———. The Orphans of Lissau and Other Interesting Narratives Immediately Connected with Jewish Customs Domestic and Religious: with Explanatory Notes. 2 vols. London: T. Gardiner, 1830.
———. Rosette and Miriam: or the Twin Sisters: A Jewish Narrative of the Eighteenth Century. London: Charles Tilt, 1837.
———. Sophia De Lissau: A Portraiture of the Jews, of the Nineteenth Century: Being an Outline of Their Religious and Domestic Habits: with Explanatory Notes. 4th ed. London: T. Gardiner, 1833.
The British Jew to His Fellow Countrymen. London: James Ridgeway, 1833.
Browning, Robert. “Rabbi Ben Ezra,” “Saul,” “Holy Thursday.” In Robert Browning’s Poetry, ed. James F. Loucks. New York: W. W. Norton, 1979.
Bulwer Lytton, Edward. Leila, or the Siege of Granada. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1875.
Burke, Edmund. Reflections on the Revolution in France in Two Classics of the French Revolution. New York: Doubleday, 1989.
Byron, Lord George Gordon. Byron. Ed. Jerome J. McGann. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986.
———. Hebrew Melodies. London: J. Murray, 1815.
Carlyle, Thomas. “The Jew Our Lawgiver.” London: Thomas Bosworth, 1853.
———. Sartor Resartus. Ed. Charles Frederick Harrold. New York: Odyssey Press, 1937.
Cobbett, William. Good Friday: Or the Murder of Jesus Christ by the Jews. 1830.
Coleridge, Samuel T. “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” In English Romantic Writers, ed. David Perkins, 404–13. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1967.
Davids, Arthur Lumley. “On the Emancipation of the Jews.” Letter to Times. May 6, 1831.
De Quincey, Thomas. Confessions of An English Opium-Eater and Other Writings. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985.
Dickens, Charles. Oliver Twist. New York: New American Library, 1980.
———. Our Mutual Friend. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
Disraeli, Benjamin. Alroy and Ixion. London: Longmans, Green, 1846.
———. Coningsby. Ed. Sheila M. Smith. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1982.
———. Sybil. Ed. Thom Braun. New York: Penguin Classics, 1987.
———. Tancred. New York: Penguin Classics, 1987.
———. Tancred, or, the New Crusade. London: Longmans, Green, 1880.
D’Israeli, Isaac. Genius of Judaism. London: Edward Moxon, 1833.
———. Works, with a view of the life and writings of the author, by his son, the Right Hon. B. Disraeli. 6 vols. New York: A. C. Armstrong and Son, 1881.
Edgeworth, Maria. Castle Rackrent. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1969.
———. Harrington: Tales and Novels. Vol. 9. London: G. Routledge, 1893.
Eliot, George. Daniel Deronda. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988.
Glückel of Hameln. The Memoirs of Glückel of Hameln. Trans. Marvin Lowenthal. New York: Schocken Books, 1977.
Goldsmid, Francis Henry. The Arguments Advanced against the Enfranchisement of the Jews. Considered in a Series of Letters. London: Colburn and Bentley, 1831.
———. Reply to the Arguments Advanced against the Removal of the Remaining Disabilities of the Jews. London: John Murray, 1848.
Harding, John. “Mercy for Israel, a sermon preached on behalf of the London Society for the Promotion of Christianity amongst the Jews.” Jewish Tracts. British Museum, 1866.
Harris, Emily Marian. Estelle. 2 vols. London: George Bell, 1878.
Isaacs, A. J. Young Champion. New York, 1933.
Kaufman, David. George Eliot and Judaism. William Blackwood and Sons, 1877.
Lessing, Götthold Ephraim. Nathan the Wise. Trans. Bayard Quincy Morgan. New York: Continuum, 1988.
Levetus, Celia (Moss). The King’s Physician and Other Tales. Birmingham, England: Hinton, 1865.
Levy, Amy. The Complete Novels and Selected Writings of Amy Levy, 1861–1889. Ed. Melvyn New. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1993.
———. “The Jew in Fiction.” Jewish Chronicle. June 4, 1886.
———. “Jewish Women and ‘Women’s Rights.’ ” Jewish Chronicle. Jan. 31, 1879.
Levy, Matthias [Nathan Meritor]. The Hasty Marriage; A Sketch of Modern Jewish Life. London: Mann Nephews, 1857.
Lewald, Fanny. The Education of Fanny Lewald: An Autobiography. Trans. and ed. Hanna Ballin Lewis. SUNY Series, Women Writers in Translation. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1992.
Lewis, M. G. The Jewish Maiden. 4 vols. London: A. K. Newman, 1830.
Macaulay, Thomas Babington. “Civil Disabilities of the Jews.” Edinburgh Review 52 (Jan. 1831): 366–67.
———. Essay and Speech on Jewish Disabilities. Ed. Israel Abrahams. Edinburgh: Jewish Historical Society of England, 1909.
Marks, David Woolf. Sermons Preached on Various Occasions at the West London Synagogue of British Jews. 4 vols. London: R. Groombridge and Sons, 1851.
Marks, David Woolf and Rev. A. Löwy. Memoir of Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid. Ed. Louis Goldsmid. 2nd ed. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, 1882.
Martin, Helena Faucit, Lady. On Some of Shakespeare’s Female Characters. London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1891.
Marx, Karl. “On the Jewish Question.” In The Marx-Engels Reader, ed. Robert C. Tucker, 26–53. New York: W. W. Norton, 1978.
Mayhew, Henry. London Labour and the London Poor. 4 vols. 1861–62. Reprint, New York: Dover Publications, 1968.
Mendelssohn, Moses. Jerusalem, or, On Religious Power and Judaism. Trans. Allan Arkush. Hanover: University Press of New England, 1983.
Meyers, Asher I. The Jewish Directory for 1874, containing a complete list of Metropolitan and Provincial Synagogues, Jewish schools, associations, charitable and other institutions, societies, etc., with names and addresses of all persons holding official positions (honorary and salaried) in the Anglo-Jewish community, and other interesting information. London: A. I. Meyers, 1874.
Montefiore, Charlotte. Caleb Asher. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1845.
———. A Few Words to the Jews. By One of Themselves. London: John Chapman, 1855.
Montefiore, Lady Judith. The Jewish Manual or Practical Information in Jewish and Modern Cookery with a Collection of Valuable Recipes and Hints Relating to the Toilette. Edited by a Lady. (A Facsimile of the First Jewish Cookbook in English Published in 1846). Intro. Chaim Raphael. London: T. and W. Boone, 1846. Reprint, New York: NightinGale Books, 1983.
———. Diaries of Sir Moses and Lady Judith Montefiore. Ed. Dr. L. Loewe. London, 1883.
Moss, Celia, and Marion Moss. Early Efforts. A Volume of Poems By the Misses Moss, of the Hebrew Nation. Aged 18 and 16. London: Whittaker, 1839.
———. The Romance of Jewish History. 3 vols. 2nd ed. London: A.K. Newman, 1843.
———. Tales of Jewish History. 3 vols. London: Miller and Field, 1843.
Moss, Marion. “Lines Written by Marion Moss, A Jewess, after attending service in a Christian Chapel, March 1845.” The Jewish Herald and Record of Christian Effort For the Spiritual Good of God’s Ancient People 1, no. 2 (1846): 48. London: British Society for the Propagation of the Gospel among the Jews, 1846–47.
Pellat, Apsley. Brief Memoir of the Jews in Relation to Their Civil and Municipal Disabilities. London: Hatchard and Son, 1829.
Picciotto, James. Sketches of Anglo-Jewish History. London: Trubner, 1875.
Polack, Maria. Fiction without Romance; or, the Locket-Watch. 2 vols. London, 1830.
Raphall, Morris J. “Eighteenth Anniversary of the Jews’ Free School, Bell-Lane, Spitalfields, for the education and clothing of 600 boys and 300 girls.” London: James Nichols, 1835.
Ruskin, John. “Of Queens’ Gardens.” In The Literary Criticism of John Ruskin, ed. Harold Bloom, 182–213. New York: Da Capo Press, 1965.
Salomon, Götthold. Twelve Sermons Delivered in the New Temple of the Israelites, At Hamburgh. Trans. Anna Maria Goldsmid. London: John Murray, 1839.
Scott, Sir Walter. Ivanhoe. New York: New American Library, 1983.
———. Ivanhoe, with Critical Appreciations, Old and New. Ed. G. K. Chesterton, et al. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1919.
Stern, Charlotte Elizabeth. Eliezer: or, Suffering for Christ. London: Partridge, 1877.
Sue, Eugene. The Wandering Jew (Le Juif Errant). 1844–45.
Thackeray, William Makepeace. Vanity Fair. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983.
———. “Rebecca and Rowena.” Burlesques, 305–66. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1895.
Van Oven, Bernard. “Ought Baron de Rothschild to Sit in Parliament? An Imaginary Conversation between Judaeus and Amicus Nobilis.” London: Effingham Wilson, 1847.
Wise, Isaac Mayer. Reminiscences. Ed. David Philipson. Cincinnati: Leo Wise, 1901.
1. Anglo-Jewish Historiography and Literary Criticism
Abrahams, Rachel Beth Zion Lask. “Grace Aguilar: A Centenary Tribute.” Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 16 (1952): 137–48.
Black, Eugene C. “The Anglicization of Orthodoxy: The Adlers, Father and Son.” In From East and West: Jews in a Changing Europe 1750–1870, ed. Frances Malino and David Sorkin, 295–325. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990.
———. The Social Politics of Anglo-Jewry 1880–1920. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1988.
Bradford, Sarah. Disraeli. New York: Stein and Day, 1982.
Cesarani, David. The Jewish Chronicle and Anglo-Jewry, 1841–1991. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994.
Endelman, Todd. The Jews of Georgian England, 1714–1830. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1989.
———. Radical Assimilation in English Jewish History 1656–1945. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990.
Farjeon, Eleanor. A Nursery in the Nineties. London: Oxford University Press, 1960.
Feldman, David. Englishmen and Jews: Social Relations and Political Culture, 1840–1914. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994.
Finestein, Israel. “Anglo-Jewish Opinion During the Struggle for Emancipation (1828–1858).” Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 20 (1964): 113–43.
Freedman, Maurice, ed. A Minority in Britain: Social Studies of the Anglo-Jewish Community. London: Vallentine, Mitchell, 1955.
Galchinsky, Michael. “Blake’s ‘firm perswasions’: The Judaic and the Jew.” Paper presented at the annual convention of the Modern Languages Association, 1990.
———. “The New Anglo-Jewish Literary Criticism.” Prooftexts 15, no. 13 (1995): 272–82.
———. “Romancing the Jewish Home,” in Homes and Homelessness in Dickens and the Victorian Imagination. Eds. Murray Baumgarten and Bill Daleski. New York: AMS Press, 1995.
Gartner, Lloyd P. The Jewish Immigrant in England 1870–1914. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1960.
Hyamson, Albert M. A History of the Jews in England. 2d ed. London: Metheun, 1928.
———. The Sephardim of England: A History of the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish Community, 1492–1951. London: Methuen, 1951.
Jacobs, Joseph, and Lucien Wolf, eds. and comps. Bibliotheca Anglo-Judaica: A Bibliographical Guide to Anglo-Jewish History. London: Publication of the Anglo-Jewish Historical Exhibition, 3, 1888.
The Jewish Chronicle 1841–1941: A Century of Newspaper History. London: Jewish Chronicle, 1949.
Kosmin, Barry A. “Nuptiality and Fertility Patterns of British Jewry 1850–1980: An Immigrant Transition?” In Demography of Immigrants and Minority Groups in the United Kingdom, ed. D. A. Coleman, 24562. London: Academic Press, 1982.
Kuzmack, Linda Gordon. Woman’s Cause: The Jewish Woman’s Movement in England and the United States, 1881–1933. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1990.
Lipman, V. D. Social History of the Jews in England: 1850–1950. London: Watts, 1954.
———, ed. Three Centuries of Anglo-Jewish History. Cambridge: Jewish Historical Society of England, 1961.
Marks, Lara. “Carers and Servers of the Jewish Community: The Marginalized Heritage of Jewish Women in Britain.” In The Jewish Heritage in British History, ed. Tony Kushner, 106–27. London: Frank Cass, 1992.
Newman, Aubrey. The Board of Deputies of British Jews, 1760–1985. London: Valentine Mitchell, 1987.
Norich, Anita. “Jewish Family Images in the English Novel.” In The Jewish Family: Myths and Reality, ed. Steven M. Cohen and Paula E. Hyman, 99–109. New York: Holmes and Meier, 1986.
Ragussis, Michael. “The Birth of a Nation in Victorian Culture: The Spanish Inquisition, the Converted Daughter, and the ‘Secret Race.’ ” Critical Inquiry (spring 1994): 477–508.
Roth, Cecil. “The Evolution of Anglo-Jewish Literature.” London: Edward Goldston, 1937.
———. A History of the Jews in England. London: Oxford University Press, 1941.
———. A History of the Marranos. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1947.
———. “The Jew in the Literature of England.” Menorah Journal 28, no. 1 (1940): 122–25.
———. “Wellsprings of European Literature.” Menorah Journal 25, no. 3 (1937): 340–49.
———, ed. Magna Bibliotheca Anglo-Judaica: A Bibliographical Guide to Anglo-Jewish History. London: Jewish Historical Society of England, 1937.
Salbstein, M. C. N. Emancipation of the Jews in Britain: The Question of the Admission of the Jews to Parliament, 1828–1860. Rutherford, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson Press, 1981.
Salomon, Sidney. The Jews of Britain. London: Jerrolds, 1938.
Umansky, Ellen M. Lily Montagu and the Advancement of Liberal Judaism: From Vision to Vocation. New York: Edwin Mellen, 1983.
———, ed. Lily Montagu: Sermons, Addresses, Letters, and Prayers. New York: Edwin Mellen, 1985.
Weinberger, Philip M. “The Social and Religious Thought of Grace Aguilar (1816–1847).” Ph.D. diss., New York University, 1970.
Williams, Bill. The Making of Manchester Jewry: 1740–1875. New York: Manchester University Press, 1976.
Zatlin, Linda Gertner. The Nineteenth-Century Anglo-Jewish Novel. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1981.
2. Jewish Women’s Historiography and Jewish Feminist Criticism
Adler, Rachel. “A Mother in Israel: Aspects of the Mother Role in Jewish Myth.” In Beyond Androcentrism: New Essays on Women and Religion, ed. Rita M. Gross, 237–55. Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press for the American Academy of Religion, 1977.
Baskin, Judith. Introduction to Jewish Women in Historical Perspective. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.
Baum, Charlotte, Paula Hyman, and Sonya Michel. The Jewish Woman in America. New York: Dial Press, 1976.
Biale, Rachel. Women and Jewish Law. New York: Schocken Books, 1984.
Gottlieb, Lynn. “The Secret Jew: An Oral Tradition of Women.” In On Being a Jewish Feminist, ed. Susannah Heschel, 273–77. New York: Schocken Books, 1983.
Greenberg, Blu. “Women and Judaism.” In Contemporary Jewish Religious Thought, ed. Arthur A. Cohen and Paul Mendes-Flohr, 1039–53. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1987.
Henry, Sondra, and Emily Taitz. Written Out of History: Our Jewish Foremothers. Sunnyside, New York: Biblio Press, 1990.
Hertz, Deborah. “Emancipation through Intermarriage in Old Berlin.” In Jewish Women in Historical Perspective, ed. Judith Baskin, 182–201. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.
———. Jewish High Society in Old Regime Berlin. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988.
———. “Work, Love and Jewishness in the Life of Fanny Lewald.” In From East and West: Jews in a Changing Europe 1750–1870, ed. Frances Malino and David Sorkin, 202–20. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990.
Heschel, Susannah. “Feminism.” In Contemporary Jewish Religious Thought, ed. Arthur A. Cohen and Paul Mendes-Flohr, 255–59. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1987.
———, ed. On Being a Jewish Feminist: A Reader. New York: Schocken Books, 1983.
Kadish, Ruti. “Midrash and Feminism.” Master’s thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1991.
Kaplan, Marion A. “Bertha Pappenheim: Founder of German-Jewish Feminism.” In The Jewish Woman: New Perspectives, ed. Elizabeth Koltun, 149–63. New York: Schocken Books, 1976.
———. The Making of the Jewish Middle Class: Women, Family, and Identity in Imperial Germany. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
———. “Tradition and Transition: Jewish Women in Imperial Germany.” In Jewish Women in Historical Perspective, ed. Judith Baskin, 202–21. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.
Kaye/Kantrowitz, Melanie and Irena Klepfisz, eds. The Tribe of Dina: A Jewish Woman’s Anthology. Boston: Beacon Press, 1986.
Koltun, Elizabeth, ed. The Jewish Woman: New Perspectives. New York: Schocken Books, 1976.
Lichtenstein, Diane. Writing Their Nations: The Tradition of Nineteenth-Century American Jewish Women Writers. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1992.
Melammed, Renée Levine. “Sephardi Women in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods.” In Jewish Women in Historical Perspective, ed. Judith Baskin, 115–34. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.
Plaskow, Judith. Standing Again at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist Perspective. San Francisco: Harper Collins, 1990.
Umansky, Ellen M., and Dianne Ashton, eds. Four Centuries of Jewish Women’s Spirituality. Boston: Beacon Press, 1992.
Wegner, Judith Romney. “The Image and Status of Women in Classical Rabbinic Judaism.” In Jewish Women in Historical Perspective, ed. Judith Baskin, 68–93. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.
Weissler, Chava. “Prayers in Yiddish and the Religious World of Ashkenazic Women.” In Jewish Women in Historical Perspective, ed. Judith Baskin, 159–81. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.
———. “The Traditional Poetry of Ashkenazic Women.” In Jewish Spirituality from the Sixteenth Century Revival to the Present, ed. Arthur Green, 2:245–75. New York: Crossroad, 1988.
3. Other Jewish Historiography, Literary Criticism, and Theory
Baldwin, Edward Chauncey. “The Jewish Genius in Literature, A Study of Three Modern Men of Letters.” Menorah Journal 1, no. 3 (June 1915): 164–72.
Bauman, Zygmunt. “Exit Visas and Entry Tickets: Paradoxes of Jewish Assimilation.” Telos (fall 1988): 45–77.
Biale, David. Eros and the Jews. New York: Basic Books, 1992.
———. Power and Powerlessness in Jewish History. New York: Schocken Books, 1987.
Gilman, Sander. Jewish Self-Hatred: Anti-Semitism and the Hidden Language of the Jews. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.
Ginzberg, Louis. Legends of the Jews. Trans. Henrietta Szold. 7 vols. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1928–66.
Hartman, Geoffrey H. “On the Jewish Imagination,” Prooftexts 5, no. 3 (Sept. 1985): 201–220.
Hartman, Geoffrey H., and Sanford Budick, eds. Midrash and Literature. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986.
Hertzberg, Arthur. The French Enlightenment and the Jews: The Origins of Modern Anti-Semitism. New York: Columbia University Press, 1968.
Kraemer, David, ed. The Jewish Family: Metaphor and Memory. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989.
Mosse, George L. German Jews beyond Judaism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985.
———. Toward the Final Solution: A History of European Racism. New York: Harper Colophon Books, 1980.
Petuchowski, Jakob. “On the Validity of German-Jewish Self-Definitions.” Leo Baeck Institute Memorial Lecture 29, 1985.
Postal, Bernard, and Lionel Koppman. Guess Who’s Jewish in American History. New York: Shapolsky, 1988.
Rotenstreich, Nathan. Jews and German Philosophy: The Polemics of Emancipation. New York: Schocken Books, 1984.
Sartre, Jean-Paul. Anti-Semite and Jew. Trans. George J. Becker. New York: Schocken Books, 1965.
Schwarzschild, Steven S. “Aesthetics.” In Contemporary Jewish Religious Thought, ed. Arthur A. Cohen and Paul Mendes-Flohr, 1–6. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1987.
Shell, Marc. “Marranos (Pigs), or from Coexistence to Toleration.” Critical Inquiry 17, no. 2 (winter 1991): 306–35.
Sorkin, David. The Transformation of German Jewry, 1780–1840. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987.
Tal, Uriel. Christians and Jews in Germany: Religion, Politics, and Ideology in the Second Reich, 1870–1914. Trans. Noah Jonathan Jacobs. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1975.
Whiteman, Maxwell. “Isaac Leeser and the Jews of Philadelphia: A Study in National Jewish Influence.” In The Jewish Experience in America III: The Emerging Community, ed. Abraham J. Karp, 27–62. New York: KTAV Publishing House, 1969.
Yerushalmi, Yosef Hayim. “Assimilation and Racial Anti-Semitism: The Iberian and the German Models.” Leo Baeck Institute Memorial Lecture 26, 1982.
4. Studies of Christian Representations of English Jews
Bitton-Jackson, Livia. Madonna or Courtesan? the Jewish Woman in Christian Literature. New York: Seabury Press, 1982.
Calisch, Edward N. The Jew in English Literature as Author and as Subject. Richmond, Va.: Bell, 1909.
Chevelier, Estelle. “Characterization of the Jew in the Victorian Novel. 1864–1876.” Master’s thesis, Emory University, 1962.
Cheyette, Bryan. Constructions of “the Jew” in English Literature and Society: Racial Representations, 1875–1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993.
Fisch, Harold. The Dual Image. London: Lincolns-Prager, 1959.
Gaer, Joseph. The Legend of the Wandering Jew. New York: Mentor, 1961.
Gallagher, Catherine. “George Eliot and Daniel Deronda: The Prostitute and the Jewish Question.” In Sex, Politics, and Science in the Nineteenth-Century Novel, ed. Ruth Bernard Yeazell, 39–62. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.
Johnson, Edgar. “Dickens, Fagin and Mr. Riah.” Commentary 9 (1950): 47–50.
Landa, M[eyer] J[ack]. The Jew in Drama. New York: William Morrow, 1927.
Lane, Lauriat, Jr. “Dickens’ Archetypal Jew.” PMLA 73 (Mar. 1958): 95–101.
Modder, Montagu Frank. The Jew in the Literature of England: To the End of the Nineteenth Century. New York: Meridian Books, 1960.
Phillipson, David. The Jew in English Fiction. Cincinnati: Clarke, 1889.
Ragussis, Michael. Figures of Conversion: “The Jewish Question” and English National Identity. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1995.
———. “The Novel of Jewish Identity.” Critical Inquiry (fall 1989): 113–43.
———. “Writing Nationalist History: England, the Conversion of the Jews, and Ivanhoe.” ELH 60, no. 1 (spring 1993): 181–215.
Rosenberg, Edgar. From Shylock to Svengali: Jewish Stereotypes in English Fiction. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1960.
Schneider, Rebecca. Bibliography of Jewish Life in the Fiction of America and England. Albany: New York State Library School, 1916.
Stone, Harry. “Dickens and the Jews.” Victorian Studies 11 (Mar. 1959): 223–53.
Sypherd, Wilbur Owen. Jephthah and His Daughter: A Study in Comparative Literature. Newark: University of Delaware, 1948.
Trachtenberg, Joshua. The Devil and the Jews: The Medieval Conception of the Jews and Its Relation to Modern Anti-Semitism. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1983.
5. General English Literary Criticism, Historiography, and Theory
Anderson, James. Sir Walter Scott and History. Edinburgh: Edina Press, 1981.
Armstrong, Nancy. Desire and Domestic Fiction: A Political History of the Novel. New York: Oxford University Press, 1987.
Auerbach, Nina. Romantic Imprisonment: Women and Other Glorified Outcasts. New York: Columbia University Press, 1986.
Bakhtin, M. M. The Dialogic Imagination. Ed. Michael Holquist. Trans. Caryl Emerson and Michael Holquist. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1981.
Beer, Gillian. The Romance. London: Methuen, 1970.
Canning, A. S. G. History in Scott’s Novels. 1907.
Clarke, Norma. Ambitious Heights: Writing, Friendship, Love—The Jewsbury Sisters, Felicia Hemans, and Jane Welsh Carlyle. New York: Routledge, 1990.
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