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“He was put on trial—where he was known as Jud Süss, or Jew Süss—for the prince's sins, or, rather, for "perpetration of detestable abuses on gentlemen and people.”
“Remember, it's 1943: Jud is not just the snake in paradise; he's Hitler.”
“A speedy trial acquits Curly of any guilt in Jud's death (it was self-defense), and the newlyweds ride off into the rising sun.”
“Jud is given one moment to prove himself otherwise — the song "Lonely Room," too often omitted, where he vents his social resentment and his rage at the Curlys of this world, who look down on him.”
“Grotius translates, "her dancers," as in Jud 21: 21, 23; 1Sa”
“Compare the similar fate of these (2Ch 20: 23) with that of the foes mentioned in Jud 7: 22, here referred to.”
“The general account stated in Jud 20: 35 is followed by a detailed narrative of the battle, which is continued to the end of the chapter.”
“Judah's cause; in Jud 6: 32, Jerub, in Jerub-baal is so used, namely,”
“(says the Tárikh Muntakhab) at Ramlah in Judæa, with the seventy”
“They can be ugly at times - Laurey calls Jud a mangy dog that ought to be shot.”
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