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Shachar M. Chava Rosenfarb and Goldie Morgentaler ed. Chava Rosenfarb — was one of the most prominent Yiddish novelists of the second half of the twentieth century. Born in Poland in , she survived the Lodz ghetto, Auschwitz, and Bergen-Belsen, immigrating to Canada in and settling in Montreal. Confessions of a Yiddish Writer and Other Essays comprises thirteen personal and literary essays by Rosenfarb, ranging from autobiographical accounts of her childhood and experiences before and during the Holocaust to literary criticism that discusses the work of other Jewish writers. Hasia R.
We are pleased to announce that Who Will Lead Us? Dating back to , the Jewish Book Council is one of the oldest organizations providing continual service to the American Jewish community. Additionally, the National Jewish Book Awards, which began in , is the longest running awards program of its kind in the field of Jewish literature and is recognized as the most prestigious, giving recognition to outstanding books. Who Will Lead Us? Anyone interested in Jewish history mixed with a bit of palace intrigue will enjoy this book.
For more information about the Jewish Book Council, sponsors of this award, click here. Feldman, James L. Kugel, and Lawrence H. Tamara Cohn Eskenazi and Dr. Cohen, Lawrence A. Hoffman, and Ari Y. Tamara Eskenazi and Rabbi Andrea L.