Tag Archives: Judaism

So It Is Written

In My Father’s Court and More Stories From My Father’s Court by Isaac Bashevis Singer are autobiographies written by the Pulitzer Prize winning author about his years in Warsaw as the son of a pious rabbi in the early 1900’s. … Continue reading

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Yearning To Be Free

A Backpack, a Bear, and Eight Crates of Vodka by Lev Golinkin is an inspirational memoir written by a young Russian Jew about his family’s emigration to the U.S. in the early 90’s. The story begins in the former USSR … Continue reading

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Lasting Impression

The Marriage of Opposites is a new novel by one of my favorite authors, Alice Hoffman. This story is based on the family of Camille Pissarro the well-known impressionist artist. The story traces the history of his ancestors and their plight to … Continue reading

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Ban the Bomb

It was no accident that St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb by            Valerie Hurley “found” me in the library when another book by another author was not on the shelf. I am overjoyed to … Continue reading

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