qDescribing Jewish representation by Jews and Gentiles in the British Romantic era from the Old Bailey courtroom and popular songs to novels, poetry, and political pamphlets, Scrivener integrates popular culture with belletristic writing to explore the wildly varying treatments of stereotypical figures: the pedlar, the moneylender, the Jew's daughter, la belle juive, the convert, the prophet, the alchemist, and criminalq--39. Biberman, Masculinity, Anti-Semitism and Early Modern Literature, 32a37. An Essay on the Commercial Habits of the Jews, 3a57. An Essay on the Commercial Habits of the Jews, 34. An Essay on the Commercial Habits of the Jews, 35.
|Title||:||Jewish Representation in British Literature 1780-1840|
|Author||:||Michael Scrivener, Palgrave Connect (Online service)|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2011-09-27|