A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature/Appendix of Living Writers/Jacobs, Joseph

Jacobs, Joseph (1854).—Writer on folk-lore and Jewish history. English Fairy Tales (1890), Celtic Fairy Tales (1891), Indian Fairy Tales (1892), Reynard the Fox (1895), Jews of Angevin England (1893), Sources of the History of the Jews in Spain (1895); has ed. various English classics, e.g., Caxton's "Æsop" and Howell's "Familiar Letters," and many modern works, etc.