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Sage, rabbi, mystic, prophet, historian, and storyteller: Isaac Bashevis Singer fulfills all these roles. With great sensitivity and insight, Guide to the Works of Isaac Bashevis Singer provides a succinct and instructive look at some of the main themes of Singer's writing: the relationship between God and mankind; the search for identity in a changing environment; the relationship of the modern Jew to the old/new homeland of Israel; and the Jewish question of faith in the modern secular world. Maxine A. Hartley's analysis provides a deeper understanding and appreciation for a literary figure who wanted only to be known as 'an honest writer.'
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Maxine A. Hartley has been a journalist, editor, and first executive director of MAPS, the McMaster Association of Part-Time Students at McMaster University. A native of Canada, she now resides in New Jersey and summers in Ontario.
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Book Description Vantage Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110533160316
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Book Description Vantage Press Inc, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # SONG0533160316