A novel by Nobel prize-winning author, Elie Weisel. Doriel, a European expatriate and survivor, is haunted by his parents' memories and secrets. A psychoanalyst helps bring him to a crossroad and a shocking denouement. A profoundly moving piece of fiction by a powerful writer of our times.
A young Jew struggles to master streets of New York's Lower East Side. From desperate poverty to success, he discovers the high price of assimilation
A Groundhog Day adventure that stanys IN until it comes OUT with Punxsy Phil.
There are more books about Jews and baseball than there are
Jews who played professional baseball. But this one is different. Here
baseball's most interesting Jews speak in their own words about their
lives, their love of the game, and above all about their Judaism.
Informative, inspiring, and a pleasure to
read. This is a book for anybody who cares about America's game.