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New at the library

July 20, 2013
The Mining Journal

The latest issue of Library Journal compiles a list of Jewish literature reviews for librarians. The article asks "What is Jewish literature?" and answers with the criteria that the authors have to be Jewish. The books needed to be written in English, Hebrew or Yiddish and have recognizable Jewish characters. Readers will find the themes universal - they detail the search for identity and explore the relationship with a deity. The also discuss the familiar issues of family and civic responsibility. These are books anyone can and will enjoy.

 
 
 

 

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