Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society of America, c1974.
In this exhaustive study of the status of representations of Jewish people in American culture through 1917, Louis Harap exhaustively catalogs the various factors shaping the 'image of the Jew' from the Shylock figure to more sympathetic portrayals.
0827600542 / 9780827600546
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