Disobedience

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Viking, Jan 1, 2006 - English fiction - 256 pages
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An insightful take on the search for love, tolerance and faith in a tightly-knit Jewish community in London, 'Disobedience' follows the story of Ronit, who is returing to the capital on the occasion of the funeral of her estranged father.

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User Review  - CBJames - LibraryThing

I didn't really like Naomi Alderman's novel, Disobedience. I found it kind of annoying. But it has stayed with me for some time, near the surface, too. Maybe I don't like it because it hits oddly ... Read full review

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User Review  - zeborah - LibraryThing

A novel about two women, raised as Orthodox Jews and once girlhood lovers, now (since one married the other's cousin) struggling respectively with being a lesbian and with being an Orthodox Jew ... Read full review

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