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EVEN MORE SEPTEMBER 1999

[book] Becoming a Jewish Parent: How to Add Wonder and Spirituality to Your Child's Everyday Life. How To Explore Spirituality and Tradition with Your Children. by Rabbi Daniel Gordis
Hardcover - 336 pages (September 1999). Rabbi Gordis, author of "God Was Not in The Fire" and "Does The World Need the Jews" offers us this timely book for the Fall 1999. It should be read by any parent that is questing for ways to share our heritage with one's children. Rabbi Gordis, the dean of the rabbinical school of the University of Judaism in Los Angeles, explains how and why Shabbat and various holidays are celebrated and uncovers the insights, wonder, meanings and morals that can be conveyed to our kids. Rabbi Gordis discusses how rituals are the base root of a child's spirituality, and discusses how new rituals (like the reading of "Goodnight Moon" or including the Shema at bedtime) can be created by you out of common everyday acts. He discusses the importance of childhood memories (which you can create), and why you should anchor the Jewish week with the Sabbath. To his credit, he confronts the challenging issue of girls in the Jewish tradition, the new moon, and the feminine side of God (as his daughter asked, "What did god do when she was a little girl?") To paraphrase the Shema prayer... "we should diligently teach our children as if we are molars grinding food,"... Gordis teaches us how to be this kind molar, he is a blacksmith who shows how we can forge a "Jewish identity" through joy and teaching.
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[book] Reluctant Return : A Survivor's Journey to an Austrian Town (Jewish Literature and Culture) by David W. Weiss
Hardcover - 208 pages (October 99). David Weiss is an eminent biomedical scientist, now living in Israel. But in 1938 he was an 11-year-old boy, the scion of a distinguished Austrian Jewish family of Rabbi Heinrich Hillel Weiss, who dramatically escaped the Nazis with his family. For some 56 years Weiss held a deep and abiding enmity for everything Austrian and German. Reluctant Return is David Weiss's account of his emotional return to his hometown of Wiener Neustadt, after he is invited by a Protestant church who reach out to Jews, seeking forgiveness. This is a searing contemplation on Austrian Jew hatred, faith, Jewish identity, and survival. Click to read more.
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[book] Uncertain Travelers : Conversations With Jewish Women Immigrants to America (Brandeis Series on Jewish Women) by Marjorie Agosin and Mary G. Berg (Editor)
Hardcover - 300 pages (October 1999) Brandeis Univ Press. Majorie Agosin, the Chilean Jewish poet and activist has gathered together these essays of nine Jewish women, women who immigrated to the US between 1939-1970, and their stories of immigration, exile, identity, friendships, foreignness, and displacement. This is the DEBUT of the Brandeis Series on Jewish Women. Click to read more.
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[book] Shabbat Shalom: Recipes and Menus for the Sabbath by Susan R. Friedland.
September 1999. Hardcover. (Little Brown).
Susan Friedland is a cookbook editor and the author of The Passover Table. With humor, Friedland updates the Shabbat dinner menu from just brisket, matza balls, and roast chicken (which are included), and adds innovations like Spinach Soup; Sorrel Stuffed eggs; or Fish Cocktail-Uncle Louie, which is a kosher version of Crab Louis; Chickpeas with Braised Codfish; Pears Poached in Red Wine; and Vegetarian Cholents. I expecially liked the Chicken and Macaroni dish from Brooklyn's Aleppo / Syrian-Jewish community. Click to read more.
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[book] Seinfeld and Philosophy: A Book about Everything and Nothing by William Irwin (Editor)
Paperback - 224 pages (September 1999). Are you the master of your philosophical domain? Did you know that Seinfeld in German means "field of being"? Doesn't this call to mind Heidigger's treatise on Sein und Zeit, or Being and Time? The television show, Seinfeld, was a comedy about nothing. This book is a collection of essays that investigates Seinfeld from the POV of philosophy. For example, is it rational for George to "Do The Opposite." Does Jerry live the examined life as described by Socrates? This is explored in the chapter on "The Costanza Maneuver." The nature of time and coincidence is discussed in the chapter on "Plato, or Nietzsche?: Time Essence and Eternal Recurrence in Seinfeld" The final chapter considers the ethics of the Seinfeld characters. Click to read more.
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[book] Heavenly Torah: The Theology of Classical Judaism by Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel
Hardcover (1999) Translated by Rabbi Gordon Tucker (of JTS and White Plains). This is the first translation of this work ever to appear in English. Known most widely for his active role in the civil rights and peace movements of the 1960s, Abraham Heschel made major scholarly contributions to the fields of biblical studies, rabbinics, and Hasidism. His most ambitious scholarly achievement, his three-volume study of Rabbinic Judaism written in Hebrew, is available for the first time in English. Click to read more.
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[book] Simple Words: Thinking About What Really Matters in Life by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz
Hardcover - 224 pages (October 1999) Simon & Schuster. Rabbi Steinsaltz, one of the greatest teachers of the current generation, offers the basic values of spirituality. He takes the simple words, like death, envy, good, love, and sex and infuses them with meaning and depth.
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[cover] My First 79 Years by Isaac Stern, with Chaim Potok
Hardcover - 320 pages (October 1999). Knopf. Isaac Stern has been a great--and greatly loved--violinist, who both performed music and worked on social justice. Brought to America from Russia when he was ten months old, Stern grew up in San Francisco and was quickly recognized as an extraordinary talent. In this book he shares with us both his personal and his artistic experiences: the story of his rise to eminence; his feelings about music and the violin; his rich emotional life; his great friendships and collaborations with colleagues such as Leonard Bernstein and Pablo Casals; his background as an ardent supporter of Israel; his ideas and beliefs about art, life, love, and the world we live in.
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[book] The Jewish Search for a Usable Past (The Helen and Martin Schwartz Lectures in Jewish Studies) by David G. Roskies.
Hardcover - 240 pages (Summer 1999). How are collective memory and loss linked? JTS Professor Roskies takes the reader on a grand tour of major memory sites, each of which is built upon foundations of rebellion, rupture, and loss. Among them: the Warsaw ghetto's sacred milk canister archives; a gallery of rabbis and zaddikim who are really rebels in disguise; a failed revolution recast into an Honor Row of magnificent tombstones; a shtetl Yizkor book, and a Holy Land where the search for a sacred space is led by those least likely ever to find it. The creativity with which Jews have coped with loss and catastrophe in modern times is richly revealed in this lively account. Roskies's primary thesis is that there must be a rupture or generational loss before the memory can be reclaimed. For example, klezmer music has been reclaimed by a new distanced generation of musicians (the great grandparent's music). Click to read more.
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[book] Modern Jewish Mythologies Edited by Glenda Abramson
Hardcover (October 1999) Hebrew Union College Press. Click to read more.
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[book] Andes Rising by James Munves
Hardcover (1999) You know how the BLAIR WITCH PROJECT concerned the found footage of some students lost in the woods?? Well this concerns a rabbi's trip to Colombia and the book he finds. Thomas Cooper is a Jewish physicist, who feels dirty due to his work on creating the atomic bomb. He joins the Peace Corps and goes to South America to study birds, and maybe to capture the rare tanager. There he disappears. His mother convinces Rabbi Teitelbaum to travel to Colombia in search of Dr. Cooper. In Colombia, Rabbi Teitelbaum finds Cooper's journal, and the rest of the book is about Teitelbaum's battling with the ideas he finds in Cooper's environmentalist journal and his confrontation with Judaism's response to these ideas. Click to read more.
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EVEN MORE NOVEMBER 1999 (EVEN MORE ON LATER PAGES)

[book] Jews of the Amazon : Self-Exile in Earthly Paradise by Ariel Segal.
Hardcover (November 1999) Jewish Publication Society 340 pages. A fascinating cultural study. Venezuelan born Segal, an historian, anthropologist, and "participant"-observer, focuses on the tiny Jewish community of Iquitos, Peru, in the Amazon rainforest, to which Jewish men came during the rubber boom of the late 19th Century. These men married local Mestizo women and created a Jewish community with elements of Peruvian native, Inca, Mestizo, and Catholic religions. The Jewish-Mestizo's now number 100. Segal also discusses the tensions between the Jews of this village and the mainstream Jewish community of Lima on the coast
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[book] Yosl Rakover Talks to God. By Zvi Kolitz. Translated by Carol Brown Janeway, Afterword by Leon Wieseltier. Discussion by Paul Badde and Emmanuel Levinas.
Hardcover (November 1999) Pantheon Books. As the German tanks rolled into Warsaw and destroyed the Jewish ghetto, one of the few remaining fighters, Yosl Rakover, wrote out his last words to God, sealed them in a glass bottle, and thrust it into the rubble. The text surfaced in the 1950s and it was broadcast on Radio Berlin, where Thomas Mann acclaimed it as a religious masterpiece. It was also highly quoted after Rabin's assassination..... But guess what? The text was actually written in 1946 for a Yom Kippur edition of a Yiddish newspaper in Buenos Aires, by a young Lithuianian-born Jew named Zvi Kolitz (who currently resides in NYC and lectures at Yeshiva University). He modeled it after Emmanuel Ringelbaum's diaries that were buried in milk cans. This is the story of what happened to the text and to Kolitz in the 50 years since the story was published. A European best seller. In the words of Leon Wieseltier and Emanuel Levinas, "sometimes fiction most truly represents fact."
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[book] Give Us a King! Samuel, Saul, and David. A New Translation of Samuel I and II. by Everett Fox (Editor).
Hardcover (November 1999) Schocken Books. Fox's translation of the Torah is so useful and now indispensable, how can you do without this latest volume? This is a masterful translation of the story of King David. Samuel I and II contain some of the best known bible stories, such as Samuel's rise to prophecy, the tragedy of Saul, the rise of David, the love affairs of David, Bathsheba, and the birth of Solomon. This new translation recaptures the poetics of the Hebrew original. Please note that Samuel becomes Shmuel, and Goliath is Golyat; the ark of the Lord is the Coffer of god, and the "cakes" that Tamar is lured into baking for Amnon is rendered as "Heart shaped dumplings" (he later rapes her) (Does not include the first chapaters of Kings I, that will be in a later volume on the prophets). Weirdly illustrated by the Israeli artist, Schwebel, who mixes contemporary Israeli scenes with Bible scenes, like David on Jaffa Road in Jerusalem.
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BUT WAIT... Do not forget Robert Alter's translation of Samuel I and II and Kings I, in the 1999 book, "The David Story" (410 pages), Fall 1999 (Norton). Alter recreates the tone and tempo of the Hebrew and provides an excellent running commentary on the character of David and the softening of his image that was enforced 400 years after his death. .


[book] Akhenaten and the Religion of Light by Erik Hornung, David Lorton (Translator)
Hardcover (Nov. 1999) Cornell Univ Press. 160 pages. Akhenaten, also known as Amenhotep IV, was king of Egypt during the Eighteenth Dynasty and reigned from 1375 to 1358 b.c. Called the "religious revolutionary," he is the earliest known creator of a new religion. The cult he founded broke with Egypt's traditional polytheism and focused its worship on a single deity, the sun god Aten. Erik Hornung, one of the world's preeminent Egyptologists, here offers a concise and accessible account of Akhenaten and his religion of light. Hornung begins with a discussion of the nineteenth-century scholars who laid the foundation for our knowledge of Akhenaten's period and extends to the most recent archaeological finds. He emphasizes that Akhenaten's monotheistic theology represented the first attempt in history to explain the entire natural and human world on the basis of a single principle. "Akhenaten made light the absolute reference point," Hornung writes, "and it is astonishing how clearly and consistently he pursued this concept." Hornung also addresses such topics as the origins of the new religion; profound changes in beliefs regarding the afterlife; and the new Egyptian capital at Akhetaten which was devoted to the service of Aten, his prophet Akhenaten, and the latter's family. Isn't a kewl to read about the neighbors and their monotheism. Click to read more.
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[book] Pack of Thieves : How Hitler and Europe Plundered the Jews and Committed the Greatest Theft in History by Richard Z. Chesnoff
Hardcover - 384 pages (November 2, 1999) Doubleday. Forget Switzerland, and turn your attention to all the European countries. Chesnoff, a US News & WR seior reporter, documents all the players who profited from Jewish property, including Raoul Wallenberg's uncle. Click to read more.
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[book] The Jews of France from Antiquity to the Present by Esther Benbassa
A 1600 year history history from the Gaul period under Rome to the present. As early as the fourth century, Jews inhabited Roman Gaul, and by the reign of Charlemagne, some figured prominently at court. The perception of Jewish influence on France's rulers contributed to a clash between church and monarchy that would culminate in the mass expulsion of Jews in the fourteenth century. The book examines the re-entry of small numbers of Jews as New Christians in the Southwest and the emergence of a new French Jewish population with the country's acquisition of Alsace and Lorraine. Click to read more.
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EVEN MORE NATIVE AMERICAN SUMMER 1999

[book] Selling the Holocaust : From Auschwitz to Schindler, How History Is Bought, Packaged and Sold by Tim Cole (Professor of History, Bristol)
Hardcover (September 1999). Fasten your seatbelts... Have you ever been to Auschwitz and seen schoolkids picnicing and frolicking, or wearing Megadeth T-shirts? When I was in Krakow, there were tours of the Schindler factory that Spielberg used for the film, not the actual Schindler factory site. Cole investigates the marketing of remembrance and the Shoah-business. Cole focuses on the marketing and promotion of Yad Vashem, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, and Auschwitz; and the marketing of three people: Anne Frank; Oskar Schindler and Adolph Eichmann. If I were booking lectures for CSPAN BOOK-TV, I would surely pair Tim Cole and his book with Peter Novick and his book The Holocaust in American Life. The Holocaust Comes To America. How The Murder of the Jews of Europe Moved from the Margins to the Center of Our Culture. Click to read more.
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Why Didn't I Learn This in Hebrew School by Eliezer Segal
Hardcover (Fall 1999) Jason Aronson Press. A collection of Eliezar's popular newspaper column's from Calgary. Segal is well known for his Passover sourcebook called Uncle Eli's Special for Kids Most Fun Ever Under the Table Passover Haggadah.




Congressional Minyan: The Jews of Capitol Hill by Kurt Stone
Ktav. Hardcover (December 1999). Sketches of the 178 Jewish men and women who have served in the U.S. Congress since 1776.




[book] German Jews : A Dual Identity by Paul R. Mendes-Flohr
Hardcover - 149 pages (July 1999). Yale Univ Press. German Jews were both assimilated Jews and loyal Germans, but were not accepted into German culture or some Jewish cultures. Professor Mendes-Flohr, drawing upon the works of Franz Rosenzweig and the German Enlightenment, explores this condition of living with multiple cultural identities. Click to read more.
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[book] Gentile Tales : The Narrative Assault on Late Medieval Jews by Miri Rubin
Hardcover - 266 pages (1999) Yale Univ Press. In the year 1290, in Paris, Jews were accused of desecrating the Eucharist (the communion wafer representation of the body of Christ), touching off violence against Jews. This book explores the creation, growth, and violent repercussions of one of the most powerful anti-Jewish stories of the Middle Ages which unleashed anti-Semitism, massacres and ethnic cleansings. Click to read more.
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[book] Louis Brandeis Slept Here: A Slightly Cynical History of American Jews by David Gleicher.
Paperback - 144 pages. A tongue-in-cheek history of Jews in America which is alternatively cynical, humorous, irreverent and serious. A popularly-written history from 1654 to the present, the book takes us from Colonial America to the present times.
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[book] A People Apart: The Jews in Europe, 1789-1939 by David Vital
Hardcover - 976 PAGES (August 1999) Oxford Univ Press. In 1789, France granted full citizenship to Jews. In 1939, Hitler invaded Poland and continued to destroy Europe's Jews. In this HUGE book, David Vital provides us with a comprehensive history of the Jewish communities of Europe between these two markers. He especially provides an interesting analysis of the Jewish participation in Zionism and socialism; the story of the Haskalah; the rise of anti-Semitism; and the contrast (and similiarities) between Jews and others in their reactions to European events and movements.
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[book] The Pianist: The Extraordinary True Story of One Man's Survival in Warsaw, 1939-1945 by Wladyslaw Szpilman, translated by Anthea Bell from Pilish
Hardcover (September 1999) Picador. Szpilman was a noted pianist on Polish Radio prior to the German invasion of Poland in the Fall of 1939. He was incarcerated in the Warsaw Ghetto. In 1945, he published this memoir, but it was banned by the Communists. Now, at age 88, his chronicle has been published in English. Szpilman's work is not only a history, but it has been called a literary masterpiece for its understated but descriptive use of language. Included in the book is his story of how a German captain saved his life, how the Ghetto Jews adjusted to the new restrictions each day, and why his family, knowing full well that 90% would be killed in the death camps, followed the round-up orders for deportation.
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[book] I Will Bear Witness: The Diaries of Victor Klemperer VOLUME 2 1941-1945. by Victor Klemperer
Hardcover-544 pages, (August 1999) Random House. Click to read more. This is the second volume of the translation from the 1700 page German best seller about the life of Victor Klemperer in Germany as a "protected Jew" during WWII. It is the most vivid account of life in Germany during the war. Throw away your Anne Frank and read this. Volume 1 was named one of the Notable Books of 1998. Look for a 13-part TV series to be based on these diaries.
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[book] House of Rothschild : The World's Banker, 1849-1999 by Niall Ferguson
Hardcover - 608 pages (November 1999). Part Two of Ferguson's amazing work of public history. Heinrich Heine, the poet, wrote that money was our god, and Rothschild is his prophet. In Part Two, we find that the Rothschild's have survived the European upheavals of 1848. They are at the top of their game and interacting with the leaders of Europe and fighting foes, like Credit Mobelier. Lionel Rothschild is buddies with Benjamin Disraeli, and acquires the right for Jews to sit in Parliament. Napoleon III needs his bankers. Bismark showed some interest. Private banking is at its apex. In 1840's, the State of Mississippi defaults on its bonds rather than to pay interest to "those" Jewish bankers (who were represented in America by August Belmont, who as a non-family member, could not be fully trusted). There is an international Gold Crisis in 1893, and Joseph Pulitzer's New York World newspaper complains of those "bloodsucking Jews" (the Rothschild's)... Great reading. Click to read more.
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[book] The Nazi Officer's Wife by Edith Hanh Beer with Susan Dworkin
368 Pages. Hardcover. (October 1999) Morrow. Edith Beer was your basic, excelling, Austrian assimilated Jewish law student in the 1930's. When the Nazi's overran Austria, her family bribed officials to obtain exit visas for Edith's two sisters. Edith, did not flee. Why? Well they was an issue of money, and then there was Pepi, her boyfriend. Edith got deported to Germany, but retruned to Vienna, went underground, got forged papers, fled to Munich, and married Werner Vetter, a Nazi official. This is a gripping story of survival that reveals life under the Nazi's, life on the run, and a submerged Jewish identity. Click to read more.
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[book] The Banality of Indifference: Zionism And The Armenian Genocide by Yair Auron
Hardcover - 332 pages (December 1999). Auron discusses the reaction within the Yishuv in terms of practical assistance for and identification with the Armenians. The Turks massacred the Armenians in the first part of the Twentieth Century. How did the Zionist leaders of the Yishuv react. They were under Ottoman/Turkish control, and Germany was seen as a supporter of Zionism. The Nili group, an underground intelligence organization, actively sought to aid the Armenian victims; Chaim Weizman and Nahum Sokolov publicly condemned the killings; and other Zionist writers and journalists expressed outraged identification with the Armenians and tried to arouse the conscience of the world. In attempting to assess and interpret these disparate reactions, Auron maintains a fair minded balance in assessing claims of altruism and self-interest, expressed in universal, not merely Jewish, terms. Click to read more.
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[book] How Paul Robeson Saved My Life and Other Mostly Happy Stories by Carl Reiner
November 1999. Funny man Carl Reiner's collection of 25 short stories about life and hapless characters. Title is from the story in which Corporal Carl Reiner faced off against his racist drill Sergeant in his army barracks by listing all the great sports and music heroes that were black.
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[book] In Search of American Jewish Culture by Professor Stephen Whitfield
320 Pages. Brandeis Univ Press. (September 1999) Click to read more.
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