Max Nordau

Nordau {{circa|1906}} Max Simon Nordau (born Simon Maximilian Südfeld; 29 July 1849 – 23 January 1923) was a Zionist leader, physician, author, and social critic.

He was a co-founder of the Zionist Organization together with Theodor Herzl, and president or vice-president of several Zionist congresses.

As a social critic, he wrote ''The Conventional Lies of Our Civilisation'' (1883), ''Degeneration'' (1892), and ''Paradoxes'' (1896). Although not his most popular or successful work whilst alive, ''Degeneration'' is the book most often remembered and cited today. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Nordau, Max Simon, 1849-1923
    Published 1899
    [New York] : North American Review, [1899]
    p. [787]-797.
  2. 2
    by Nordau, Max Simon, 1849-1923
    Published 1883
    Leipzig : B. Elischer Nachfolger, [1883?]
    350 p.
    Also issued online.
  3. 3
    by Nordau, Max Simon, 1849-1923
    Published 1903
    [Ruschuk? : s.n.], 1903.
    24 p. ; 20 cm.
  4. 4
    by Nordau, Max Simon, 1849-1923
    Published 1904
    New York, Scott-Thaw company, 1904.
    1 online resource (76 p.)
    Center for Research Libraries
    Online Resource
  5. 5
    by Nordau, Max Simon, 1849-1923
    Published 1884
    Leipzig : Schlicke, 1884.
    viii, 358 p.
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    by Nordau, Max Simon, 1849-1923
    Published 1904
    New York, Scott-Thaw company, 1904.
    76 p. 20 cm.

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