-- An old woman who had been robbed of five hundred roubles, her all, by some rogue of a usurer, besought him to take up her case, instead of which he defended the usurer himself, a Jew named Zeidler, because this Jew promised to give him fifty roubles芒聙娄.'
-- It was my landlord with threats and inquiries, an old Polish Jew in a long grey coat and greasy slippers.
-- I saw the ugly little Jew of a landlord vociferating in his rooms; I saw his two sons marvelling, and the wrinkled old woman's gnarled face as she asked for her cat.
-- Christ is represented as a Jew with all the realism of the new school."
-- Stepan Arkadyevitch reddened at the mention of that name, because he had been that morning at the Jew Volgarinov's, and the visit had left an unpleasant recollection.
-- He would know more than a German Jew who loves Father Nietzsche and Father Schopenhauer (but damn him, he was teleological-minded!)
-- There was apparently no one in Queen City who regarded him as other than a cranky Jew catching microbes by their little tails and leering at them--no work for a tall man at a time when heroes were building bridges, experimenting with Horseless Carriages, writing the first of the poetic Compelling Ads, and selling miles of calico and cigars.
-- The man was one Wise, a Russian Jew known to the village as "Wise the Polack."
-- "I got a Jew in, and he gave me a round sum for the lot.
-- He was a Jew named Abraham, a blond, rather stout young man, shy and very unassuming; but he had remarkable gifts.
-- Oh you lucky dog!He's richer than any Jew alive; you're a made man.
-- There was a red-eyed little Jew who came into the Close while I was loitering there, in company with a second little Jew whom he sent upon an errand; and while the messenger was gone, I remarked this Jew, who was of a highly excitable temperament, performing a jig of anxiety under a lamp-post and accompanying himself, in a kind of frenzy, with the words, "O Jaggerth, Jaggerth, Jaggerth!all otherth ith Cag-Maggerth, give me Jaggerth!"
-- "Only the Jew thinks he's going to show his courage.
-- For there the sisters stood, Gudrun with her hand on Ursula's arm, on the turn of the stairs half way to the first landing, blocking the way and affording full entertainment to the whole of the hall below, from the door porter to the plump Jew in black clothes.
-- Why, you re dried up!You only bully with your money, like any Jew or any Schieber!'
-- Say he carried the Shop about, on his back rather like Jew clothesmen with too much business.'
-- Baron Roth-schild's private secretary, a largenosed Jew in tight boots, affably beamed upon the world, as if his master's name crowned him with a golden halo.
-- The truth is, that living or dead, if but decently treated, whales as a species are by no means creatures of ill odor; nor can whalemen be recognised, as the people of the middle ages affected to detect a Jew in the company, by the nose.
-- So did the Jew himself, toasting-fork in hand.
-- The Jew grinned; and, making a low obeisance to Oliver, took him by the hand, and hoped he should have the honour of his intimate acquaintance.
-- Oliver ate his share, and the Jew then mixed him a glass of hot gin-and-water: telling him he must drink it off directly, because another gentleman wanted the tumbler.
-- He saw the Jew with his half-closed eyes; heard his low whistling; and recognised the sound of the spoon grating against the saucepan's sides: and yet the self-same senses were mentally engaged, at the same time, in busy action with almost everybody he had ever known.
-- When the coffee was done, the Jew drew the saucepan to the hob.