6 edition of How to talk Jewish found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jackie Mason ; with Ira Berkow.|
|LC Classifications||PJ5117 .M37 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||90049225|
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Jackie Mason has built his Tony Award-winning career out of the culture and language of Jewish people, so who better to instruct the unindoctrinated in the joys of Yiddish. How to Talk Jewish, a guide to Yiddish words, phrases, and expressions, includes pronunciations, definitions, and examples of usage, along with Jackie's incomparable by: 2.
How to Talk Jewish book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Jackie Mason has built his Tony Award-winning career out of the c /5. Book talk:Jewish Mythology. Jump to navigation Jump to search.
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NA This book does not require a rating on the project's quality scale. With What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank Englander has more than come into his own, he has firmly established himself as Bernard Malamud's worthy heir. From the the beginning, Jonathan Englander's “For the Relief of Unbearable Urges” was the sort of lovely irreverent debut that makes one take note of an author and eagerly await /5.
Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversation by Mira Jacobs is a One World publication. Thought provoking, humorous, deeply revealing, and heart wrenching A new- found interest in graphic novels led me to this book originally/5. Daily distraction: A book talk, klezmer concert and exhibit of Soviet-Jewish art Talya Zax Ma Rabbi Lord Sacks: ‘Selfishness will not protect us from coronavirus’ Francine Wolfisz meets the former Chief Rabbi to discuss his new book, Morality, which argues that.
This book of vivid, personal portraits reveals how the experience of being Jewish is amplified by fame and also how the author's evolving Jewish identity was changed by what she heard. - Dustin Hoffman, Gene Wilder, Joan Rivers, and Leonard Nimoy talk about their most startling encounters with anti-Semitism/5(74).
My wife and I use The Jewish Book of Why as a reference book for Jewish beliefs, customs, and holidays. We often give the book as part of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah present.
We also give it to friends and family to encourage their interest in Judaism. It is extremely well-written and Size: KB. The subtitle of Straight Talk by Sally Berkovic -- "My Dilemma as a Modern Orthodox Jewish Woman" -- pretty much tells what the main thread of the book is.
Berkovic has deeply mixed feelings about the world of Modern Orthodoxy that she lives in, but she seems to live mostly satisfied within that world, or at least the joys of her life 4/5(1). Book talk. April 9,pm «Spring boutique; Lunch and Learn» As part of Jewish Heritage Month and Holocaust commemorations at Rockland Community College, Abigail Miller, the educational director of the Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance & Education, discusses Heather Morris’ novel “The Tattooist of Auschwitz,” in RCC.
Join us for a talk with Aviva Klompas, associate vice president of Israel and global Jewish engagement at Combined Jewish Philanthropies. She will discuss her new book, “Speaking for Israel: A Speechwriter Battles Anti-Israel Opinions at the United Nations.”. What book was featured on the Today Show this week.
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“THE PATH OF THE JUST” – A Great Jewish Book by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato – Rabbi Michael Skobac - Duration: Jews for Judaism Recommended for you I thought this book was very informative regarding Jewish holidays, traditions, and rituals.
I keep it handy to refer to anytime a reference is made to something in 4/5. If you've ever asked or been asked any of these questions, The Jewish Book of Why has all the answers. In this complete, concise, fascinating, and thoroughly informative guide to Jewish life and tradition, Rabbi Alfred J.
Kolatch clearly explains both the significance and the origin of nearly every symbol, custom, and practice known to Jewish /5(8).Alfred J.
Kolatch’s book “The Jewish Book of Why” is the first of a two-book series in which the Conservative rabbi explains in clear and easy to read language the origin and significance of Jewish practices, holidays, and symbols.
Rabbi Kolatch () published more than fifty by: The sisterhood of the JCC of Fort Lee’s Book Club meets to discuss Antonio Iturbe’s “The Librarian of Auschwitz,” 1 p.m.
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