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The World Turned Upside Down for Your Entertainment

The Story. A mighty man, this Richard Hogarth, farmer, with brown skin, round brow, moles on his cheek, lips "negroid in their thick pout," eyes brown, bloodshot, "imperially large."

The Jews, driven from Europe, had taken England for their own. Baruch Frankl, "Jew of Jews," ordered his tenants to wear a fez with a tassel as Livery of the Manor. But Hogarth refused, and Hogarth's sister rejected Frankl's amorous advances. Things took place—Hogarth flogged Frankl; Hogarth was convicted, falsely, of murder; Hogarth was sent to...

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