The persistence of a strange prejudice.
Prejudice “elevated to an idiotic principle.”
Groucho called the anti-Semitic expatriate a “British poet from St. Louis.”
Seven decades of Tradition.
On the novelist’s letters and a “repulsive category.”
In a late-life friendship of sorts, the great American Jewish comedian and the great Anglo-American poet (and anti-Semite) failed to overcome their essential selves.