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1 ADELMAN, PENINA A. Miriam's Well: Rituals For Jewish Women Around The Year.
Biblio Press, New York: 1996. 0930395115 / 9780930395117 10th Anniversary Edition. Second edition. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
A year-long guide for women's group celebrations of Rosh Hodesh - the ancient Jewish holiday marking the new moon. New rituals have been added for Bat Mitzvah, adoption, child weaning, alternative weddings, pregnancy loss, ecological holidays, and an Essay by Beth Haber - "Images of Women in Biblical Art - with illustrations. 
Price: 12.30 USD
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2 ADELMAN, PENINA V. Miriam's Well: Rituals For Jewish Women Around The Year.
Biblio Press, New York: 1990. 0930395115 / 9780930395117 Second Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
A year-long guide for women's group celebrations of Rosh Hodesh - the ancient Jewish holiday marking the new moon. New rituals have been added for Bat Mitzvah, adoption, child weaning, alternative weddings, pregnancy loss, ecological holidays, and an Essay by Beth Haber - "Images of Women in Biblical Art - with illustrations. 
Price: 11.12 USD
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3 BASKIN, JUDITH R.; TENENBAUM, SHELLY (EDITORS). Gender And Jewish Studies: A Curriculum Guide.
Biblio Press, New York: 1994. 0930395190 / 9780930395193 First Printing. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
These thirty syllabi and bibliographies about Jewish women by outstanding academics, authors and men and women scholars, are designed for Jewish studies courses in colleges. A brief section presents three learning programs for women's community goups by expeienced leaders. 
Price: 9.26 USD
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4 BEN-ZVI, RACHEL YANAIT; SYRKIN, MARIE (INTRODUCTION). Before Golda: Manya Shochat.
Biblio Press, New York: 1988. 0930395077 / 9780930395070 s Softcover. Brand new book. 
The story of the revolutionary woman who created the first collective in Eretz Israel in 1907. "A truly unusual woman; a figure of extreme complexity who might have come out of a nineteenth century Russian novel." Amos Elon, in The Israelis: Founders and Sons. Translated from the Hebrew into English by Sandra Shurin. Includes an Index. 
Price: 15.63 USD
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5 BOSE, SUGATA. His Majesty's Opponent: Subhas Chandra Bose And India's Struggle Against Empire.
Belknap Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts: 2011. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
The man whom Indian nationalists perceived as the "George Washington of India" and who was President of the Indian National Congress in 1938-1939 is a legendary figure. Called Netaji ("leader") by his countrymen, Subhas Chandra Bose struggled all his life to liberate his people from British rule and, in pursuit of that goal, raised and led the Indian National Army against Allied Forces during World War II. His patriotism, as Gandhi asserted, was second to none, but his actions aroused controversy in India and condemnation in the West. Now, in a definitive biography of the revered Indian nationalist, Sugata Bose deftly explores a charismatic personality whose public and private life encapsulated the contradictions of world history in the first half of the twentieth century. He brilliantly evokes Netaji's formation in the intellectual milieu of Calcutta and Cambridge, probes his thoughts and relations during years of exile, and analyzes his ascent to the peak of nationalist politics. Amidst riveting accounts of imprisonment and travels, we glimpse the profundity of his struggle: to unite Hindu and Muslim, men and women, and diverse linguistic groups within a single independent Indian nation. Finally, an authoritative account of his untimely death in a plane crash will put to rest rumors about the fate of this "deathless hero." This epic of a life larger than its legend is both intimate, based on family archives, and global in significance. His Majesty's Opponent establishes Bose among the giants of Indian and world history. 68 halftones, 3 maps. Sugata Bose is Gardiner Professor of History at Harvard University. "His Majesty's Opponent offers a multifaceted portrait of Subhas Chandra Bose. It presents a captivating account of the life of an intellectual and a cosmopolitan, a revolutionary and a misled nationalist."—David Motadel, The Times Literary Supplement "This competent biography by Bose's great-nephew, a historian, is the best work to date to clarify some of his paradoxes. With unpublished material from family archives and public records, Sugata Bose supplies a fuller back-story of Netaji's predicaments. The book has illuminated my understanding of a controversial and charismatic Indian militarist who remains inspirational to many in India, despite his questionable status in the global politics of the period."—Krishna Dutty, The Independent "[Bose] presents an admirably restrained account of this flawed patriot. Making good use of the family archives, he reaches out to the widest possible audience with a compelling narrative that sacrifices none of its author's academic credentials."—John Keay, Literary Review "What, I believe, is and will remain the definitive biography of Subhas Bose… In terms of sheer craftsmanship and mastery over material, this is an achievement that will evoke the admiration and envy of any historian-biographer."—Rudrangshu Mukherjee, The Telegraph "Those wishing to learn about the life and times of Netaji will finish the book with their curiosity deeply satisfied."—Ramesh Thakur, The Australian "It is not easy to be objective about a national icon like Subhas Bose, especially when he happens to be the grand-uncle of the biographer. But Sugata Bose has achieved that critical distance… This biography reveals a lot more about Subhas Bose's intimate life than did the stuffy portrayals in some earlier accounts."—Sabyasachi Bhattacharya, Biblio "[Bose's] impeccable scholarship is in full view, as indeed is his awed regard for his grand-uncle. The result is a fine biography of a man who is still regarded with some ambivalence in India, not the least because so little is known about him. This book ought to fill that gap."—T.C.A. Srinivasa-Raghavan, Business Line "[A] fine, nuanced book… His Majesty's Opponent is a template biography. It is arrestingly written, provides personal details the author is obviously privy to—being the son of Netaji's favorite nephew, Sisir. It is sympathetic but dispassionate and evokes in the reader just the right mix of emotion and regret that Bose's brilliant but truncated life deserves."—Ashok Malik, The Hindustan Times "This book is very fascinating—not just for those who love history and politics, but for anyone who loves to read an illustrious story about a famous person."—Visi Tilak, Indian American "[A] magisterial biography… [Bose] does a splendid job… Bose etches a vivid portrait of Netaji as a protean nationalist of fierce integrity and conviction… [He] displays considerable acuity in examining the icon's complex love-hate relationship with Gandhi."—Soutik Biswas, LiveMint.com "Here is a biography of one of the most intriguing and powerful men in 20th century India, Subhas Chandra Bose, written with energy and without sacrificing the historical details… In parts the book reads like a thriller, especially when dealing with Netaji's daring escapes from British clutches. There is a spirited account of a secret submarine escape, and riveting material on Netaji's complex political strategies. But above everything else, the book offers an intimate portrait of Netaji not only as a revolutionary leader but also a loving husband, a man of letters, and an untiring believer in communal amity."—Arthur J. Pais, Rediff.com "Sugata Bose's book has filled a long-standing gap for an authentic biography of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose."—Chhanda Chatterjee, The Statesman "[This] new biography of Indian nationalist hero Subhas Chandra Bose could help resuscitate the leader's troubled reputation outside of India… His Majesty's Opponent aims to be the definitive biography of a man who, as the author writes, devoted 'his life to ensuring the sun did finally set on the British Empire.'… Bose's life is an action-packed thriller tailor-made for biographical treatment."—Tom Wright, The Wall Street Journal blog "[A] lucid and meticulous new biography."—Sudip Bose, Bookforum "Sugata Bose (Subhas's great-nephew) has produced a full-scale biography of this interesting figure, filling in details on his ideas, the quarrel with Gandhi that pushed him out of mainstream Indian politics, and his quest for German support."—R. A. Callahan, Choice "Bose, grand nephew of Subhas Chandra, known as Netaji (respected leader), has written an enthralling account of Netaji's life, detailing his lifelong struggle against British rule (he was imprisoned without a trial at a young age), exile in Europe, and political successes… This biography of a nationalist leader of the same stature as Mohandas Gandhi should be read…by all who seek a complete picture of India's freedom struggle."—Ravi Shenoy, Library Journal "This remarkable book places Subhas Chandra Bose fully in the context of Indian and world history. It should be read by everyone interested in the end of the British Empire."—Arjun Appadurai, New York University "Larger than life, more profoundly intriguing than the myths that surround him, Subhas Chandra Bose was India's greatest 'lost' leader. In a remarkable narrative that pairs political passion with historical precision, Sugata Bose has beautifully explored the character and charisma of the man, while providing an elegant and incisive account of one of the most important phases of the struggle for Indian independence."—Homi K. Bhabha, author of The Location of Culture "This is a definitive biography of Subhas Chandra Bose, written by the person most qualified to do so. It is an epic tale, told in an epic manner."—Tim Harper, author of Forgotten Wars: Freedom and Revolution in Southeast Asia "Subhas Chandra Bose was perhaps the most enigmatic of the great Indian leaders fighting for independence in the twentieth century. This wonderful book makes a major contribution to the understanding of the political, social and moral commitments of Netaji, the great leader, as he was called by his contemporaries."—Amartya Sen, author of The Idea of Justice 
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6 BOSE, SUGATA. His Majesty's Opponent: Subhas Chandra Bose And India's Struggle Against Empire.
Belknap Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts: 2011. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The man whom Indian nationalists perceived as the "George Washington of India" and who was President of the Indian National Congress in 1938-1939 is a legendary figure. Called Netaji ("leader") by his countrymen, Subhas Chandra Bose struggled all his life to liberate his people from British rule and, in pursuit of that goal, raised and led the Indian National Army against Allied Forces during World War II. His patriotism, as Gandhi asserted, was second to none, but his actions aroused controversy in India and condemnation in the West. Now, in a definitive biography of the revered Indian nationalist, Sugata Bose deftly explores a charismatic personality whose public and private life encapsulated the contradictions of world history in the first half of the twentieth century. He brilliantly evokes Netaji's formation in the intellectual milieu of Calcutta and Cambridge, probes his thoughts and relations during years of exile, and analyzes his ascent to the peak of nationalist politics. Amidst riveting accounts of imprisonment and travels, we glimpse the profundity of his struggle: to unite Hindu and Muslim, men and women, and diverse linguistic groups within a single independent Indian nation. Finally, an authoritative account of his untimely death in a plane crash will put to rest rumors about the fate of this "deathless hero." This epic of a life larger than its legend is both intimate, based on family archives, and global in significance. His Majesty's Opponent establishes Bose among the giants of Indian and world history. 68 halftones, 3 maps. Sugata Bose is Gardiner Professor of History at Harvard University. "His Majesty's Opponent offers a multifaceted portrait of Subhas Chandra Bose. It presents a captivating account of the life of an intellectual and a cosmopolitan, a revolutionary and a misled nationalist."—David Motadel, The Times Literary Supplement "This competent biography by Bose's great-nephew, a historian, is the best work to date to clarify some of his paradoxes. With unpublished material from family archives and public records, Sugata Bose supplies a fuller back-story of Netaji's predicaments. The book has illuminated my understanding of a controversial and charismatic Indian militarist who remains inspirational to many in India, despite his questionable status in the global politics of the period."—Krishna Dutty, The Independent "[Bose] presents an admirably restrained account of this flawed patriot. Making good use of the family archives, he reaches out to the widest possible audience with a compelling narrative that sacrifices none of its author's academic credentials."—John Keay, Literary Review "What, I believe, is and will remain the definitive biography of Subhas Bose… In terms of sheer craftsmanship and mastery over material, this is an achievement that will evoke the admiration and envy of any historian-biographer."—Rudrangshu Mukherjee, The Telegraph "Those wishing to learn about the life and times of Netaji will finish the book with their curiosity deeply satisfied."—Ramesh Thakur, The Australian "It is not easy to be objective about a national icon like Subhas Bose, especially when he happens to be the grand-uncle of the biographer. But Sugata Bose has achieved that critical distance… This biography reveals a lot more about Subhas Bose's intimate life than did the stuffy portrayals in some earlier accounts."—Sabyasachi Bhattacharya, Biblio "[Bose's] impeccable scholarship is in full view, as indeed is his awed regard for his grand-uncle. The result is a fine biography of a man who is still regarded with some ambivalence in India, not the least because so little is known about him. This book ought to fill that gap."—T.C.A. Srinivasa-Raghavan, Business Line "[A] fine, nuanced book… His Majesty's Opponent is a template biography. It is arrestingly written, provides personal details the author is obviously privy to—being the son of Netaji's favorite nephew, Sisir. It is sympathetic but dispassionate and evokes in the reader just the right mix of emotion and regret that Bose's brilliant but truncated life deserves."—Ashok Malik, The Hindustan Times "This book is very fascinating—not just for those who love history and politics, but for anyone who loves to read an illustrious story about a famous person."—Visi Tilak, Indian American "[A] magisterial biography… [Bose] does a splendid job… Bose etches a vivid portrait of Netaji as a protean nationalist of fierce integrity and conviction… [He] displays considerable acuity in examining the icon's complex love-hate relationship with Gandhi."—Soutik Biswas, LiveMint.com "Here is a biography of one of the most intriguing and powerful men in 20th century India, Subhas Chandra Bose, written with energy and without sacrificing the historical details… In parts the book reads like a thriller, especially when dealing with Netaji's daring escapes from British clutches. There is a spirited account of a secret submarine escape, and riveting material on Netaji's complex political strategies. But above everything else, the book offers an intimate portrait of Netaji not only as a revolutionary leader but also a loving husband, a man of letters, and an untiring believer in communal amity."—Arthur J. Pais, Rediff.com "Sugata Bose's book has filled a long-standing gap for an authentic biography of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose."—Chhanda Chatterjee, The Statesman "[This] new biography of Indian nationalist hero Subhas Chandra Bose could help resuscitate the leader's troubled reputation outside of India… His Majesty's Opponent aims to be the definitive biography of a man who, as the author writes, devoted 'his life to ensuring the sun did finally set on the British Empire.'… Bose's life is an action-packed thriller tailor-made for biographical treatment."—Tom Wright, The Wall Street Journal blog "[A] lucid and meticulous new biography."—Sudip Bose, Bookforum "Sugata Bose (Subhas's great-nephew) has produced a full-scale biography of this interesting figure, filling in details on his ideas, the quarrel with Gandhi that pushed him out of mainstream Indian politics, and his quest for German support."—R. A. Callahan, Choice "Bose, grand nephew of Subhas Chandra, known as Netaji (respected leader), has written an enthralling account of Netaji's life, detailing his lifelong struggle against British rule (he was imprisoned without a trial at a young age), exile in Europe, and political successes… This biography of a nationalist leader of the same stature as Mohandas Gandhi should be read…by all who seek a complete picture of India's freedom struggle."—Ravi Shenoy, Library Journal "This remarkable book places Subhas Chandra Bose fully in the context of Indian and world history. It should be read by everyone interested in the end of the British Empire."—Arjun Appadurai, New York University "Larger than life, more profoundly intriguing than the myths that surround him, Subhas Chandra Bose was India's greatest 'lost' leader. In a remarkable narrative that pairs political passion with historical precision, Sugata Bose has beautifully explored the character and charisma of the man, while providing an elegant and incisive account of one of the most important phases of the struggle for Indian independence."—Homi K. Bhabha, author of The Location of Culture "This is a definitive biography of Subhas Chandra Bose, written by the person most qualified to do so. It is an epic tale, told in an epic manner."—Tim Harper, author of Forgotten Wars: Freedom and Revolution in Southeast Asia "Subhas Chandra Bose was perhaps the most enigmatic of the great Indian leaders fighting for independence in the twentieth century. This wonderful book makes a major contribution to the understanding of the political, social and moral commitments of Netaji, the great leader, as he was called by his contemporaries."—Amartya Sen, author of The Idea of Justice 
Price: 42.75 USD
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7 BUDBILL, DAVID; WALP, SUSAN JANE (WOODCUTS). Drink A Cup Of Loneliness: Poems By David Budbill.
Chester Creek Press, Chestertown: 2006. Limited Edition of 100. s New Book. Limited edition of 100 signed by the author and illustrator. 
Living in the moment, growing old, loneliness, the pleasures of country chores and of quiet contemplation, these are the themes of Drink a Cup of Loneliness, a selection of poems by David Budbill with fifteen original woodcuts by Susan Jane Walp. Letterpress printed from hand set Goudy Old Style types, on Hahnemuhle Biblio paper, and hand sewn in an exposed spine, Ethiopian style binding covered in banana paper. Poems reprinted with permission of Copper Canyon Press and the author. David Budbill's latest two books of poems are While We've Still Got Feet (Copper Canyon Press, 2005) and Moment to Moment: Poems of a Mountain Recluse (Copper Canyon Press, 1999). David received the Vermont Arts Council's Walter Cerf Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts in 2002, a National Endowment for the Arts Play Writing Fellowship in 1991, a Guggenheim Fellowship in Poetry in 1981 and The Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award for Fiction in 1978. Susan Jane Walp is an artist who lives and works in Washington, Vermont. She has received numerous awards for her work including Fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. She is represented by the Tibor de Nagy Gallery in New York City. Her work is also shown at Victoria Munroe Fine Arts in Boston and the Hackett-Freedman Gallery in San Francisco. She created woodcuts for another Chester Creek edition, The Moon Rose, with poems by Jody Gladding. 
Price: 261.25 USD
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8 CANTOR, AVIVA; HAMELSDORF, ORA (ADDITIONAL CITATIONS); GOLD, DORIS B. (EDITORIAL COORDINATOR); PEARL, JUDITH (EDITORIAL ASSISTANT). The Jewish Woman: 1900-1985 - A Bibliography.
Biblio Press, Fresh Meadows: 1987. 0930395042 / 9780930395049 Second Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Contains more than four thousand citations in ten categories and an extensive introduction evaluating trends in writings about Jewish women with a supplement, "Selections of 1986." 
Price: 13.02 USD
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9 CHAGALL, BELLA; CHAGALL, MARC (DRAWINGS); BASKIN, JUDITH R. Burning Lights.
Biblio Press, New York: 1998. 0930395263 / 9780930395261 Second Printing. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
A unique double portrait of the warm world of Russian Jewry. The text was written by Chagall's first wife who died in 1944. Translated into English by Norbert Guterman. 
Price: 16.86 USD
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10 GLADDING, JODY; WALP, SUSAN JANE (2 WOODCUTS). The Moon Rose: 12 Poems By Jody Gladding.
Chester Creek Press, Chestertown: 2006. Limited Edition of 60 books. s New Book. 
This collection of poems and woodcuts by two respected Vermont artists is printed on Hahnemuhle Biblio mouldmade paper, and bound in a Fabriano Tiziano paper cover without a wrap around case.The typeface is Perpetua, hand set and printed letterpress. Each of the twelve poems takes its title from one of the many folk names for the twelve full moons of the year. The poems and woodcuts reflect the changing seasons and the experiences of a woman traveling through first loves, marriage and motherhood. 
Price: 71.25 USD
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11 GOLD, DORIS B. & STEIN, LISA (COMPILERS); BITTON-JACKSON, LIVIA (INTRODUCTION). From The Wise Women Of Israel: Folklore And Memoirs.
Biblio Press, New York: 1995. 0930395182 / 9780930395186 Second printing. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Highlights wise action or retorts by women that focus on enlightened self-interest, closing a gap in this genre which is usually of "wise men" that omits or stereotypes women. Offers an enjoyable and instructive gathering of nuggets to interest both women and men readers. "Witty yet poignant . . . this original collection of old and modern selections will ring true for many readers. Take it home, get it for your library; for public libraries, synagogue, church and Judaic collections. It is really a treasure!" - Ann Masnik, R. Lee Hornbake Library, University of Maryland 
Price: 12.59 USD
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12 HABER, BETH K. Drawing On The Bible: Biblical Women In Art.
Biblio Press, New York: 1995. 0930395247 / 9780930395247 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Discusses 14 women from the Hebrew Bible depicted in 39 black and white engravings. Especially useful for students and teachers. 
Price: 14.20 USD
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13 HAMELSDORF, ORA & ADELSBERG, SANDRA (COMPILERS). Jewish Women And Jewish Law: Bibliography.
Biblio Press, Fresh Meadows: 1980. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
A companion guide to the Bibliography on the Jewish Woman compiled by Aviva Cantor compiled in 1979. It provides historical background and recent claims for change in Jewish practices toward Jewish women, based on interpretations of traditional Jewish law (halacha). Citations include those of Jewish women, rabbis, Jewish organizations, synagogue bodies, Jewish courts, etc., commenting on issues raised about the role of Jewish women and her status within the family, in synagogue ritual, marriage and divorce, religious identity, etc., from Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and Reconstructionist sources. It also contains background reading. legal references, proceedings, unpublished papers, glossary and reference. The authors have diligently searched available literature and list over 550 entries that will prove especially valuable to the feminist, the Jewish studies program, and the general reader interested in this complex and often controversial subject. 
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14 HATHAWAY, WILLIAM. Promeneur Solitaire: Poems By William Hathaway.
Chester Creek Press, Chestertown: 2005. Limited Edition of 50 books. s Brand New. Handmade Khadi paper cover. 
This collection of poems take their form and content from daily, early morning, two-mile walks to Contention Cove in Surry, Maine and from the spirit of Rousseau. William Hathaway is a former professor at Louisiana State University, Union College, and Long Island University at Southampton. He now lives in Maine, pursuing happiness in other employments. He is the author of seven books of poetry, including Fish, Flesh, and Fowl, Churlsgrace, and Sightseer. Promeneur Solitaire contains new work as well as poems that previously appeared in The Green Mountains Review, Poet Lore, Poetry, The Gettysburg Review, Chiron Review, The North American Review and Poetry Miscellany. Printed from hand set Perpetua type, on Hahnemuhle Biblio paper. 5-1/2 x 9 inches. 
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15 HATHAWAY, WILLIAM. Promeneur Solitaire: Poems By William Hathaway.
Chester Creek Press, Chestertown: 2005. Limited Edition of 50 books. s Brand New. Case bound in quarter cloth. 
This collection of poems take their form and content from daily, early morning, two-mile walks to Contention Cove in Surry, Maine and from the spirit of Rousseau. William Hathaway is a former professor at Louisiana State University, Union College, and Long Island University at Southampton. He now lives in Maine, pursuing happiness in other employments. He is the author of seven books of poetry, including Fish, Flesh, and Fowl, Churlsgrace, and Sightseer. Promeneur Solitaire contains new work as well as poems that previously appeared in The Green Mountains Review, Poet Lore, Poetry, The Gettysburg Review, Chiron Review, The North American Review and Poetry Miscellany. Printed from hand set Perpetua type, on Hahnemuhle Biblio paper. 5-1/2 x 9 inches. 
Price: 133.00 USD
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16 HENRY, SONDRA & TAITZ, EMILY. Written Out Of History: Our Jewish Foremothers.
Biblio Press, New York: 1996. 0819704547 / 9780819704542 Second printing. s Softcover. Brand new copy. 
Restores Jewish women who have been "written out of history" to their rightful place. By sifting through historical reports, letters, memoirs, court papers, etc., Jewish women, from the Bible and Talmud, ancient Greece and Egypt, through medieval and Renaissance times, and into the modern period, and rediscovered and rescued from obscurity. Includes an Index. 
Price: 46.79 USD
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17 HOLMES, PRUDENCE WRIGHT (COMPILER), GOLD, DORIS B. (INTRODUCTION). Voices Of Thinking Jewish Women.
Biblio Press, New York: 2003. 0930395336 / 9780930395339 First printing. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
This smorgasbord of brief pieces on the Holocaust, Zionism, the family, Jewish identity, sexism, money, success, war, civil rights, all introduce readers to mostly American Jewish women of note. As this book makes clear, these diverse figures project a common sense of empowerment and a commitment to articulate deeply held beliefs, whatever the consequences. 
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18 ISAAC, PETER & MCKAY, BARRY (EDITORS). The Moving Market: Continuity And Change In The Book Trade.
Oak Knoll Press, New Castle: 2001. First Edition. Print Networks Series. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
This title is the fifth in the Print Networks series, an important forum for biblio-scholarship and book history. This work offers fifteen authoritative essays from some of the leading scholars in the field. Their writings discuss a wide range of book trade-related issues and their historical significance. A list of essays in the book include: - Books and Culture in Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century Newcastle by Jeffrey Smith - The First World War and Welsh Language Publishing by Philip Henry Jones - Scottish Booksellers Societies in the Nineteenth Century by Iain Beavan - From Currys to Collins Street, or How a Dubliner Became the Melbourne Mudie by Wallace Kirsop - Book Availability in Ipswich over the Years by Janet Phipps - Reading in Seventeenth-Century Derbyshire: the Wheatcrofts and their Books by Maureen Bell - Splendide mendax: Publishing Landscape Illustrations of the Bible by Peter Isaac - John Atkinson's Lottery Book of 1809: John Locke's Theory of Education Comes to Workington by Barry McKay - Beginning of the Book Trade in Leicester by John Hinks - Aristotle to a Very Tall Man: Selling Secondhand Books in Manchester in the 1830s by Michael Powell & Terry Wyke - From Scotland to the Strand: the Genesis of Andrew Millars Bookselling Career by Richard B. Sher with Hugh Amory. 
Price: 38.00 USD
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19 KRUGER, MOLLEE; SILVER, YVETTE (ILLUSTRATIONS); GOLD, DORIS B. (EDITOR). A Purse Of Humorous Verse For The Jewish Woman.
Biblio Press, New York: 2005. 0930395344 / 9780930395346 First printing. s Softcover. Brand New Book. 
Whether you're Reform, Reconstructionist, Conservative, Orthodox, or "unaffiliated," you (or your spouse, partner, or gal pal) are sure to find "relevant entertainment" here! "It used to be said that Jewish women didn't tell jokes; but modernity has changed that; now we get our laughs today - from 'New venues' that you will discover!" 
Price: 8.55 USD
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20 MASNIK, ANN S. (COMPILED BY); SPIEGEL, MARCIA COHN (INTRODUCTION) GOLD, DORIS B. (EDITOR). The Jewish Woman: An Annotated Selected Bibliography, 1986-1993 (with 1994-95 Recent Titles List).
Biblio Press, Fresh Meadows: 1987. 0930395255 / 9780930395254 First Edition (Unstated). s Softcover. Brand new book. 
For libraries, writers, researchers, students, teachers, knowledge-seekers of both genders. Here is an invaluable guide focusing on the Jewish woman - selectively annotating approximately 1400 citations in ten sections by, about and for the Jewish woman during 1986-1993 as well as in recent publications of 1994-1995. 
Price: 13.25 USD
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