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ZANGWILL (Israel, 1864-1926, Author & Philanthropist)

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Stock No:  8974      £12

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ZANGWILL (Israel, 1864-1926, Author & Philanthropist)

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Stock No:  8975      £15

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ZANGWILL (Israel, 1864-1926, Jewish Playwright, Novelist & Poet)

Typed Letter Signed to Mr Wright asking how he could “forget you and that delicious picnic; as for the Savage Club, my ears are still ringing with your recitation of a poem concerning the British ship surrounded by Spanish. Thank you very much for the interesting pamphlet, I had no idea Devon figured so largely in Literature, though I knew ‘Devonians in London’ were a considerable body. Do you know I spent may years in Plymouth myself as a child? No, I regret to say, I have not a book plate. The date of my birth is unknown, but I give the one selected for me by the ‘Daily Chronicle’...”, 1 side A4, 5 Elm Tree Road, St John’s Wood, 26th November

Item Date:  1901
Stock No:  42663      £200

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ZANGWILL (Israel, 1864-1926, Jewish Playwright, Novelist & Poet)

Enigmatic Letter Signed to Dear Madam sending “a line of thanks. The ‘poisoned arrow’ scene is for Raphael’s sake education. I have told Margaret that she is improbable. Mr Broser’s domestic life in no way resembles any living statesman’s. Congratulating you on your Xmas present...”, 5 Elm Tree Road, St John’s Wood, 9th December

Item Date:  1900
Stock No:  42568      £200

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ZANGWILL (Israel, 1864-1926, Jewish Playwright, Novelist & Poet)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Ethel E. Cohen saying that “Mill’s Logic says that my handwriting may be seen below the frontispiece of the book you refer to so kindly. Are you a teacher in your College? Of Logic? At Yale University this term 250 students are following the ‘course in modern novels’ under Dr William L. Phelps. Of course the higher education is impossible without novel-reading; I only wish novel-writing were impossible without the higher education...”, 1 side 8vo., 24 Oxford Road, Kilburn, headed paper, 28th October

Item Date:  1895
Stock No:  42567      £225

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