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Jane S. Gabin

Jane S. Gabin received her Ph.D. at UNC-Chapel Hill and has written several academic books and a novel. She has taught literature on the high school and college levels and worked for ten years in university administration. In addition, she has presented papers at academic conferences in the US, Canada, England, and France.

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Kate Magnus

Kate Emanuel Magnus (1844-1924) was an educator and writer best known for her Outlines of Jewish History, first published in 1885 and remaining in print for decades. Raised to the peerage when her husband, Philip Magnus, was knighted in 1886 for his work in reforming national education, they were among the first Jewish peers. She devoted the rest of her life to writing and social responsibility.

Laura Riding

Laura Riding, also known as Laura Riding Jackson, was an unconventional poet and critic who is credited with helping shape modern poetry.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Jane S. Gabin." (Viewed on September 19, 2021) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/gabin-jane>.

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