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How The Burning Bush Burns: A Trio of Short Novels

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The Hebrew Book of Exodus, begins with the story of Moses and the burning bush, a story that becomes a metaphor for the Jewish people burned by genocide, persecution, hatred, prejudice, but not consumed. These short novels tell of Jews in the post-Holocaust 20th century struggling to survive not only the Holocaust, but their efforts to keep that bush greening and revived even after German murderousness has set it burning. “How the Burning Bush Burns,” tells of Polish Jews who have lost everything, and how they try to survive transplanted in New York City and Israel. Next, “The Preservers,” tells how a rabbi who is obsessed with preserving whatever artifacts of Jewish life and religion he can find given how much has been destroyed. The last, "The Pinkas Wall," tells of an American Jewish foreign correspondent in post-WW II Czechoslovakia who reflects on the Nazi occupation, while experiencing the contemporary oppression of another anti-Semitic regime... More > under Stalinism.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Edteck Press
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
244
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.13 MB
Product ID
17566633

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