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Memoirs of Childhood: An Approach to Jewish Philosophy.

Adlerblum, Nima H.

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ISBN 10: 0765760126 / ISBN 13: 9780765760128
Published by Jason Aronson, Northvale, New Jersey, 1999
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Octavo, paper covers roughly scuffed along the spine, xxviii, 335 pp., index Foreword by Lord Immanuel Jakobovits. Edited by Els Blenheim. Bookseller Inventory # 10118

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Title: Memoirs of Childhood: An Approach to Jewish ...

Publisher: Jason Aronson, Northvale, New Jersey

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Softbound

Book Condition: Very Good

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This book is a turn-of-the-century memoir written by Nima H. Adlerblum. Filled with stories, vignettes, and parables, this book is both a coming-of-age memoir as well as an exploration of comparative theology. The book also offers an intimate portrait of Jerusalem a century ago.

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Adlerblum, who died in 1974, was born near Jerusalem into a family of noted rabbis. Her grandparents emigrated from Lithuania in 1848 to form a Jewish colony in Palestine, and Nima spent her early childhood with them. The memoirs of her childhood included here are set in Safed and Jerusalem (where her family later moved) and include wonderfully nostalgic, anecdotal depictions of her home and family, playmates, local yeshiva boys and visiting rabbis, and the Palestinian countryside, all infused with an overriding love of the Torah and Jewish tradition (by the age of four, Nima was already fascinated with theological questions and religious debate). Later, she studied in the United States with John Dewey and formulated her own philosophy of Judaism, in which reason is interwoven with beliefs, emotions, and the romance of the Jewish being. This is a unique portrait of a Jewish girl's spiritual coming-of-age in a critical period of Israel's history. Highly recommended for young adults and for Judaica collections in general.AMarcia G. Welsh, Guilford Free Lib., CT
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