Paula Vogel

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"God of Vengeance," written in 1907 by a Polish playwright, is about a brothel owner whose daughter falls in love with one of his prostitutes.

Paula Vogel's 'Indecent:' anti-Semitism, immigration, and 'God of Vengeance'

"God of Vengeance," written in 1907 by a Polish playwright, is about a brothel owner whose daughter falls in love with one of his prostitutes.

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