NW by Zadie Smith
In his 1905 book The American Scene, Henry James called his native land a "vast hot pot"—referring in particular to the mixing and mingling of cultures in New York. Four years later, a play named The Melting Pot, written by Israel Zangwill, a Jewish immigrant born in London whose parents hailed from Latvia and Poland, began a successful run at New York'…
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