His master's voice: a novel

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Alfred A. Knopf, Mar 17, 1992 - Fiction - 337 pages
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As the war rages in Europe, a disgruntled faction within Sigmud R. Safer's House of Israel congregation threatens to break away from the old timers and start a less stringent congregation of its own. By the author of Somewhere Else.

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In this skillful evocation of life during the 1940s in a Jewish community in Baltimore, Cantor Sigmund Safer prepares his choir for the High Holy Days, copes with a rebellious teenage daughter, and ... Read full review

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Kotlowitz, a native of Baltimore and a graduate of Johns Hopkins, worked as Managing Editor of Harper's magazine and for more than two decates as Director of Programming and Broadcasting for WNET in New York.

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