GENIUS & ANXIETY: How Jews Changed the World, 1847-1947
A unique chronicle of a hundred year period when the Jewish people changed the world, and it changed them. Starting with the death of Mendelssohn and the birth of political anti-Semitism, the author takes us through the highways and byways of the Jewish experience during this creative time in history. Photos.
Item #: 1966138
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