In The Steps Of The Master
Here, in the spirit of Bruce Feiler's beloved bestseller Walking the Bible, is a portrait of the Holy Land as a physical embodiment of faith. Dramatically conjuring the beauty of Israel's countryside, In the Steps of the Master also evokes the all-consuming passions and deep-rooted mysteries of Jerusalem—and while much has changed, as Morton says, the essential nature of the sites he visits has not.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Eurydice - LibraryThing
Lovely and evocative, In the Steps of the Master not only chronicles the 'modern' Palestine of the 1930s, and discusses the objects (and history?) of pilgrimage, but simultaneously re-imagines ... Read full review
Describes a Journey to the Holy Land and an impression
CHAPTER POUR III
In which I go to the Sea of Galilee and stay in Tiberias I walk