Gentleman's Agreement | Critical Essay by William Du Bois

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Gentleman's Agreement.
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Critical Essay by William Du Bois

Schuyler Green (the hero of this Grade-A tract ["Gentleman's Agreement"], which Mrs. Hobson has cleverly camouflaged as a novel) is a crusading writer for Smith's Magazine…. Schuyler, after he has reluctantly taken over the assignment [of writing a series of articles on anti-Semitism], leaps into harness with all his heart and soul…. [Since] he is unknown in New York, he prepares for the present series by taking a flat in walk-up Bohemia, and pretending to be Jewish—the only way to encompass his problem at first hand….

When he turns in the last article (and signs a book contract with an enterprising publisher) he has run the familiar gamut, discovered a great deal about the innate savagery of his fellowman and a great deal about himself as well. It begins with his fianc&#x...

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