The Jew

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An unpublished work by Burton alleging a Jewish blood libel, several colleagues tried to publish it after his death but were taken to court by David Lindo Alexander, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, and the book was seized. It is today held in the Board of Deputies of British Jews archives, filed under the heading "B2/9 16A". This heavily censored version was released by W. H. Wilkins in 1898.
  1. General Opinion of the Jew
  2. Opinion of the Jew in England
  3. The Jew of the Holy Land and his Destiny
  4. The Jew and the Talmud
  5. The Continuity of Tradition in the East