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People/Characters: Emma Lazarus

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The Cambridge History of American Literature Volume 3: Prose 1860-1920 by Sacvan Bercovitch
Daughters of the Covenant: Portraits of Six Jewish Women by Edward Wagenknecht
Diaspora and Zionism in Jewish American Literature: Lazarus, Syrkin, Reznikoff, and Roth by Ranen Omer-Sherman
Eminent Israelites of the nineteenth century. by Henry Samuel Morais
Emma Lazarus by Esther Schor
Emma Lazarus (American Women of Achievement) by Diane Lefer
Emma Lazarus : Poet, Jewish Activist, Pioneer Zionist by Charles Angoff
Emma Lazarus in Her World: Life and Letters by Bette Roth Young
Emma Lazarus Rediscovered by Eve Merriam
Emma Lazarus: Poet of the Jewish People (Visionary Women) by Monica Furlong
Freedom for all: The inspiring true story of the Statue of Liberty by Janet Palazzo-Craig
The Gilded Age by Judith Freeman Clark
Great American heroines by Arnold Dolinauthoress of Statue of Liberty poem
Henry George & Emma Lazarus: Comparative views by Jack Schwartzman
Jewish America by Seymour Kurtz
Lady Liberty: A Biography by Doreen Rappaport
Lazarus : a musical by David Bowie
Liberty by Lynn Curlee
Liberty's Poet: Emma Lazarus by H. S. Moore
Liberty: The Statue and the American Dream by Leslie Allen
I Lift My Lamp: Emma Lazarus and the Statue of Liberty by Nancy Smiler Levinson
Recall to life--the Jewish woman in America by Anita (Libman) Lebeson
The Statue of Liberty by Lucille Recht Penner
The Story of the Statue of Liberty by Natalie Miller
The voice of liberty; the story of Emma Lazarus by Eve Merriam
The world of Emma Lazarus by H.E. Jacob

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Emma Lazarus (1849- 1887) was an American poet best known for the poem written for the Statue of Liberty in New York harbor.

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