[ zˈaŋwɪl], [ zˈaŋwɪl], [ z_ˈa_ŋ_w_ɪ_l]
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William zangwill (January 21, 1864 - December 3, 1936) was an English novelist, playwright and journalist. He is the author of many novels, including The Heart of Midlothian (1896), Jailed for Life (1902), The Children of London (1904), and The White Lotus (1911). Zangwill was an ardent champion of social reform, and is Today also remembered for his essay "The Hebrew Migrant", in which he outlined a vision of a worldwide Jewish commonwealth.
Zangwill was born into a London Jewish family in 1864.
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