Civil Antisemitism, Modernism, and British Culture, by Lara Trubowitz

By Lara Trubowitz

This publication addresses the advance of 'civil' anti-Semitism in twentieth-century Britain, a vital and sometimes seriously ignored strand of anti-Jewish rhetoric that, ahead of 1934, was once necessary to the legitimization of proto-fascist political and literary discourses, in addition to stylistic practices inside literary modernism.

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