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Trials of the diaspora

Anthony Julius

Trials of the diaspora

a history of anti-semitism in England

by Anthony Julius

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish diaspora,
  • Jews,
  • Social conditions,
  • Antisemitism,
  • Ethnic relations,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAnthony Julius
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS146.G7 J85 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxii, 827 p. ;
    Number of Pages827
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25386136M
    ISBN 109780199600724
    LC Control Number2012374434

    Trials of the Diaspora, the first comprehensive history of English anti-semitism, is both thorough and scholarly. But it should be read alongside another book - Philosemitism, by William and. Get this from a library! Trials of the diaspora: a history of anti-semitism in England. [Anthony Julius; Mazal Holocaust Collection.] -- Trials of the Diaspora is a ground-breaking book that reveals the full history of anti-Semitism in England. Anthony Julius focuses on four distinct versions of English anti-Semitism. He begins with.

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. originally published in "This paperback edition includes a new preface by Anthony Julius, and concludes with a set of propositions delineating the main categories of anit-Semitic prejudice"--Page 4 of cover.   Later, when I ask how he combines his hugely successful legal career with his writing life (his new book, Trials of the Diaspora, a history of antisemitism in England, is Author: Rachel Cooke.

      Julius, a distinguished British lawyer best known for having bested David Irving in court and for being the counsel for Princess Diana’s divorce case, previously published T.S. Eliot, anti-Semitism and Literary Form (New York, ), as well as two books on art history. His investigation of antisemitism in England is formidable in length and : Peter Stansky.   But Trials of the Diaspora is of a different order. It is a veritable baseball bat of a book, and written with a strong sense of “common plight” or “solidarity” with Anglo-Jews. The book is, therefore, more than a mere history.


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The American literary critic Harold Bloom, writing in The New York Times, praised the book as "a strong, somber book on an appalling subject: the long squalor of Jew-hatred in a supposedly enlightened, humane, liberal society".In Bloom's opinion, Julius is "a truth-teller, and authentic.

Trials of the Diaspora by Anthony Julius The final quarter of the book is devoted to what Julius claims is the fourth and "most recent.

Trials of the Diaspora is a ground-breaking book that reveals the full history of anti-Semitism in England. Anthony Julius focuses on four distinct versions of English anti-Semitism. He begins with the medieval persecution of Jews, which included defamation, expropriation, and murder, and which culminated in when King Edward I expelled all the Jews from England/5(10).

The essential issue, and the one that prompted the writing of Trials of the Diaspora, is the extent to which anti-Semitism is resurgent, particularly in the guise of anti– is the real burden of Julius’s book, for we who live in the 21st century have learned that, despite the horrors of the Holocaust, “Hitler did not make anti-Semitism impossible.”.

Trials of the Diaspora is a ground-breaking book that reveals the full history of anti-Semitism in England. Anthony Julius focuses on four distinct versions of English anti-Semitism.

He begins with the medieval persecution of Jews, which included defamation, expropriation, and murder, and which culminated in when King Edward I expelled all Cited by: In a book that Harold Bloom, in The New York Times Book Review, called a strong, somber book on an appalling subject, Anthony Julius offers a wide-ranging and insightful history of anti-Semitism in England, the first such study of its kind.

Trials of the Diaspora A History of Anti-Semitism in England Anthony Julius. Trials of the Diaspora is actually a weave of three unequally balanced books. The first is a compressed memoir in the form of a page introduction, and it explains a lot.

As Julius diligently notes, “A reader beginning a long book on anti-Semitism is entitled to wonder about the author’s own experience of his subject.”Author: Adam Hanft. Trials of the Diaspora: A History of Anti-Semitism in England By Anthony Julius (Oxford University Press, pp., $45) I.

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The first is the anti-Semitism of medieval England, a radical prejudice of defamation /5(28). A remarkable solicitor, Julius casts this huge book as a series of trials, not of the Jews but of the English.

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"Now comes Julius's magnum opus, Trials of the Diaspora: A History of Anti-Semitism in England, just released in the United States. This large, sweeping book is more than a solidly researched and highly readable history of English anti-Semitism; it is an attempt to chart the evolution of anti-Semitism itself, to explain what it is (and what it Author: Anthony Julius.

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Anthony Julius identifies four distinct versions of English anti-Semitism, which he then investigates in : OUP Oxford. Trials of the Diaspora by Anthony Julius: review In Trials of the Diaspora, Anthony Julius uncovers the long and uncomfortable history of British anti-Semitism, says Gerald Jacobs.

A book that has already provoked much comment and debate, Trials of the Diaspora serves as a timely reminder that English culture has been in no way immune to anti-Semitism-and in certain ways is still not to this day. But Trials of the Diaspora is of a different order.

It is a veritable baseball bat of a book, and written with a strong sense of "common plight" or "solidarity" with Anglo-Jews. The book is.

Trials of the Diaspora: A History of Anti-Semitism in England. By Anthony Julius. Oxford University Press. pp, £ ISBN Published 25 February   Trials of the Diaspora presents the long and troubling history of anti-Semitism in England, from the middle ages to the twenty-first century. Anthony Julius identifies four distinct versions of English anti-Semitism, which he then investigates in detail/5(18).