The bride price: a novel

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D.R. Godine, 1991 - Fiction - 183 pages
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Retells the story of Michal, King David's first wife, and interweaves it with the the story of the author's own experiences as a survivor of the Holocaust

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The bride price: a novel

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Like many of her class and era, Weil considered herself German rather than Jewish, and despite the horrors of Nazism, she never lost her love for her native land and language, returning there shortly ... Read full review

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Another biblical story, that of David, reimagined from a woman's perspective. A great read, but not a cheery one. Read full review


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