these two forms of racism, namely against Arabs and against Jews’. 7 ‘The study of Orientalism’, he continues:
must also include an analysis of anti-Semitism. In the West, the negative view of Islam is part of a larger hostility towards Semitic cultures. If Caliban represents one formative figure in the evolution of European notions of Otherness, Shylock in The Merchant of Venice presents another. There has been a general anti-Semitism in Europe, in which antagonism to Jews has often accompanied hostility to Muslims … There are in fact two discourses of
‘y’ in her name.
SOAS/WMMS/Correspondence/FBN1/Bestall-Findlay, 19 August 1906.
F. Henriques, Children
of Caliban: Miscegenation , London, Secker & Warburg, 1974, p. 44.
V.R. Gaikwad, The
Anglo-Indians: A Study in the Problems and Processes Involved in Emotional and Cultural
Integration , London, Asia Publishing House, 1967.
SOAS/WMMS/Minutes/FBN1/Synod General Letter, 7 January 1902