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1911. In the present volume an attempt is made to revive interest in the early days and struggles of Moses Mendelssohn, one of the most illustrious Israelites of modern times-in some respects the most gifted and helpful. Under the guise of fiction, the chief scenes and persons of his childhood and youth are introduced, and his life and experiences in Dessau and Berlin are faithfully portrayed, though here and there a little liberty has been taken with the characters. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.