The Dawning of the Day: A Jerusalem Tale

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Toby, 2006 - 181 pagina's
Ezra Siman Tov is a simple storyteller who captivates his friends in the Nachlaot neighborhood of Jerusalem. His professor brother-in-law gives him grudging respect, Torah scholars listen to him surreptitiously, and a famous author bases his work on his tales. But Ezra has a secret that overshadows his family life and refuses to leave him. In this colorful novel, Sabato creates a world in which faith provides a framework and a deep source of comfort in life.

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THE DAWNING OF THE DAY: A Jerusalem Tale

Gebruikersrecensie  - Kirkus

Israeli novelist Sabato (Aleppo Tales, 2004, etc.) portrays a simple man living an uneventful life of piety.Ezra Siman Tov's twilight years are explicated in chapters that combine small stories ... Volledige review lezen

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Gebruikersrecensie  - SqueakyChu - LibraryThing

I truly loved this book. It was so beautiful. Beware, though, because I cannot recommend this book to everyone. It is filled with Jewish liturgy (the author teaches in a Jerusalem yehiva), stories ... Volledige review lezen

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Haim Sabato descends from a long line of rabbis from Aleppo, Syria. His family had lived in Egypt for 2 generations before moving to Israel when he was 6.

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