Among the Nations: Three Tales and a Play about Jews
Farrar, Straus, 1948 - Jews in literature - 270 pages
CONTENTS.- Introduction, by Ludwig Lewisohn.- The alien corn [from First person singular] by W.S. Maugham.- Silbermann, by Jacques de Lacretelle.- Loyalties, by John Galsworthy.- Tamar [from Joseph the provider] by Thomas Mann.
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THE ALIEN CORN By W Somerset Maugham
SILBERMANN By Jacques de Lacretelle
LOYALTIES By John Galsworthy
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