The Rabbi of Swat

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Michigan State University Press, 1999 - Fiction - 268 pages
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A re-imagining of the baseball season of 1927 -- the year Babe Ruth hit 60 home runs and led the Yankees to the American League pennant. The hero, Morrie Ginsberg, pitches for the New York Giants and struggles with his team to win the National League pennant and face the Yankees in the World Series. While the novel follows Ginsberg's exploits, Babe Ruth is also a narrative voice, commenting on the action and revealing his thoughts and emotions.

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The concept is intriguing: in 1927, Babe Ruth, Sultan of Swat, plays against a Jewish pitcher sportswriters have dubbed the Rabbi of Swat. As Morrie Ginsberg's story unfolds, Ruth comments, finding a ... Read full review


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Peter G. Levine - Peter G. Levine is co-director of the Neuromotor Recovery and Rehabilitation Laboratory, and a researcher with the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Cincinnati Academic Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Levine has been involved in stroke-specific rehabilitation research for almost a decade and has been published in journals and magazines, including the National Stroke Association, "StrokeSmart". Levine also writes a monthly column in "Advance for Physical Therapists" and conducts workshops throughout the US in the area of stroke rehabilitation and neuroplasticity.

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