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He, Too, Accused

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Robert Zaretsky honors Bernard Lazare, the forgotten Dreyfusard whose unique path from child of the provinces to Symbolist poet to ideological anarchist staunch defender of Dreyfus—who unlike many cast his defense specifically in terms of Dreyfus’s Jewishness—to, finally, idiosyncratic Zionist has, believe it or not, a remarkable internal coherence.

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