Houses of Study: A Jewish Woman Among Books
U of Nebraska Press, 2007 M01 1 - 199 páginas
To learn was to live, and to learn well was to live well. This was the lesson of both cultures of the Modern Orthodox Jewish world in which Ilana Blumberg was educated, with its commitment to traditional Jewish practice and ideas alongside an appreciation for modern, secular wisdom.
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A Jewish Woman Among Books Ilana M. Blumberg. for a lifetime—not our
lifetimes in any case. The men and women who taught in such yeshivas, who
lived in Israel, had made choices other than the ones we were to make. Most of
them had ...
Why, then, would it be reasonable to assume that our Jewish educations were su
≈cient for life at age fourteen? ... A good Jewish life would be best shaped not
only by the teachings of Torah, but also by the most valuable wisdom of non-
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A Jewish Woman Among Books Ilana M. Blumberg. I could not raise a voice, as if
I knew that I had no right to speak, my bones never having been crushed against
the stones that lined the paths of the city, no part of me having become stone ...
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - bostonian71 - LibraryThing
A literate and literary memoir of a woman who grew up trying to reconcile the worlds of Orthodox Judaism and secularism and feminism. Blumberg explains very well the balancing act she didn't even know ... Leer comentario completo