Zangwill


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Zang•will

(ˈzæŋ wɪl)

n.
Israel, 1865–1926, English novelist and playwright.
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(24.) Israel Zangwill, "The Jewish Bogey (July 1920)," in Speeches, Articles and Letters of Israel Zangwill, ed.
The term "melting pot" became popular around 1908 with the premiere of the play The Melting Pot by Israel Zangwill. Today, the term no longer applies.
A year and a half after the attack, 20-year-old Tirion still suffers from short-term memory problems and is being treated by brain specialists at the Oliver Zangwill Centre in Cambridgeshire.
She also has post-traumatic stress disorder and epilepsy and is being treated by brain specialists at the Oliver Zangwill Centre in Cambridgeshire.
And her brain injuries mean she suffers memory loss, post-traumatic stress disorder and epilepsy and she is being treated by specialists at the Oliver Zangwill Centre in Cambridgeshire.
(3) Zangwill posits that Scruton's acceptance of Wittgenstein makes sense of his overlooking the realist option in the philosophy of music: Wittgenstein makes a non-realist view of music more or less compulsory.
In fact, their influence is toward mutual understanding and wider sympathy." Weidenthal rejected the melting pot notion first articulated in 1908 by Israel Zangwill in his play of the same title, but he adopted Zangwill's belief that art and literature could reshape society, especially Zangwill's belief that Shakespeare could act as civilizing force.
65-92; and Nick Zangwill, "Aesthetic Functionalism," in Aesthetic Concepts: Essays After Sibley, ed.
Admittedly the play was not by a "greenhorn"--the author was a noted English Jew named Israel Zangwill. Touring.
The book is based largely on her experiences at the Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.