Paris: A. Ghio. 1887. Item #18292
First edition. 8vo. 31 pages. In French. Dreyfus era imprint. A period review by the editor of the Jewish Chronicle wrote, "The admirable pamphlet of the Princess Natalie Gortschakoff-Ouvaroff entitled 'Juifs et Chretiens' which lately appeared at Paris in French, has already been translated into German by Dr. Adolf Blumenthal, and published at Mayence by Wirth, and also into Italian. The Russian Censorship has authorised the free circulation of the book - that is to say, free from the control of the censor - throughout Russia. An impartial perusal of the work cannot fail to alter the opinions which the educated Russian entertains of the Jews; and if a translation into Russian could be published, so as to make the Princess Gortschakoff's opinions more accessible to the general public, such a publication might play an important part in educating the masses on the Jewish question." SUBJECT (S) : Jews; Jewish question. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Univ of California – L. A. , Harvard, UPenn, UPenn Center for Judaic Studies, Universiteit van Tilberg) . Good condition; covers chipped, text stained. (FR-1-22) .