He added: "but Mr. Zangwill would not dream of appealing to such a standard."
Mr. Zangwill relates that he told Pater he had discovered a pun in one of his essays.
Zangwill has written engagingly of spooks, with a laughable story about Samuel Johnson.
Mr Zangwill has no particular method of working; he works in spasms.
In most unholy glee Zangwill stood looking on whilst I was being measured.
This is a revised edition of what is perhaps Mr. Zangwill's most popular play.
Whether Mr. Zangwill now believes this matters little in the discussion of an unusual book by a woman.
He may be a story-teller like Stevenson, or he may be a novelist like Zangwill.
I don't see why we should pay four dollars to see Mr. Zangwill's English idea—idealized, of course, for the stage.
The change seemed to be associated in some way, Mr. Zangwill thought with his money.