Seduced by Eternity: Why I Love the Jewish Story

Seduced by Eternity: Why I Love the Jewish Story
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A writer contemplates her fascination with the vitality of the Jewish people, explaining why she is dazzled by its ideas, enthralled by its narrative, heartbroken by its suffering, diminished by its faults, ... See more

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The Jewish Week | Connecting the World to Jewish News, Culture, and Opinion

The Jewish Week is an independent community newspaper offering the latest Israel, U.S. and New York news; features about Judaism, Jewish life, Jewish culture and Jewish dating; and articles about Jewish arts, Jewish food, Jewish travel and Jewish family life.

The Jewish Week | Connecting the World to Jewish News, Culture, and Opinion

The Jewish Week is an independent community newspaper offering the latest Israel, U.S. and New York news; features about Judaism, Jewish life, Jewish culture and Jewish dating; and articles about Jewish arts, Jewish food, Jewish travel and Jewish family life.

Nessa   Rapoport, 

Writer

Nessa Rapoport is the author of a novel, Preparing for Sabbath, and a collection of her prose poems, A Woman's Book of Grieving. Her memoir, House on the River: A Summer Journey, was awarded a grant by the Canada Council for the Arts. Her essays and stories have been widely published and anthologized. Her meditations are included in Objects of the Spirit: Ritual and the Art of Tobi Kahn; Tobi Kahn: Sacred Spaces for the 21st Century; and Embodied Light: 9-11 in 2011. With Ted Solotaroff, she edited The Schocken Book of Contemporary Jewish Fiction. She speaks frequently about Jewish culture and imagination.