The Talmud and the Internet: A Journey Between Worlds

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A&C Black, Oct 1, 2001 - Social Science - 132 pages
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"The Talmud and the Internet," in which Jonathan Rosen examines the contradictions of his inheritance as a modern American and a Jew, is a moving and exhilarating meditation on modern technology and ancient religious impulses. Blending memoir, religious history and literary reflection Rosen explores the remarkable parallels between a page of Talmud and the homepage of a web site, and reflects on the contrasting lives and deaths of his American and European grandmothers.
 

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THE TALMUD AND THE INTERNET: A Journey Between Worlds

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

How do we mix ancient wisdom and modern technology? The author of Eve's Apple (1997) and former culture editor of the Forward seeks an answer.When his elderly maternal grandmother died, Rosen began a ... Read full review

The Talmud and the Internet: a journey between worlds

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Rosen, author (Eve's Apple, LJ 4/15/97) and culture editor of the Forward, has written an engaging little book, originally intended, as he tells us, as an elegy for his grandmother. This is a ... Read full review

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Section 1
3
Section 2
21
Section 3
39
Section 4
41
Section 5
69
Section 6
95
Section 7
115
Section 8
137
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