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March 30, 2010

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Nimble

You really shouldn't have taught him to read.

richard

Maybe you should have named him after Gladstone.

R Lapides

Two books to the left in your photo is a volume called "Disraeli's Reminiscences," which I also own. I like what he says on p. 104: "The History of the Jews is developement or it is nothing. If ever a history were a history of developement, it is that of the Jews."

I mention this because I wondered, two days ago, why you didn't include Disraeli in your list of Jewish novelists in 19C England.

Happy holiday.

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