- (1895-1958)English novelist. He was born in Manchester. He joined an ambulance unit during World War I and served in Macedonia and France. During the 1920s he travelled widely and his novels reflect his experiences. His Magnolia Street is the first of a cycle of novels about Anglo-Jewish life. In The Glory of Elsie Silver he depicted his response to Nazism and his sympathy for Zionism. He also wrote The Jewish Problem and Hitler through the Ages.
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GOLDING, LOUIS — (1895–1958), English novelist. Born in Manchester and educated at Oxford, Golding joined an ambulance unit during World War I and served in Macedonia and France. Sorrow of War (1919), a book of poems, was followed by his first novel, Forward from … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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