Scattered Among the Peoples: The Jewish Diaspora in Twelve Portraits
Historian Levine presents a vivid and distinctly human perspective on how the Jewish people survived 800 years of persecution. This is an impressive and immensely readable book, one that is an important contribution to the literature of Jewish history.
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