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Joheved (Rashi's Daughters) Paperback – 30 Jun 2005

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Product details

  • Paperback: 369 pages
  • Publisher: Banot Press; First Edition edition (30 Jun. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0976305054
  • ISBN-13: 978-0976305057
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 2.8 x 22.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,061,701 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A forceful novel of the power of learning, faith, and the two sides of love.
"Midwest Book Review"
Anton has reimagined the life and world of the famed eleven-century biblical teacher Rashi through the lives of his three daughters.Readers will definitely be hooked on this series.
"Romantic Times"
Impressive worka fine storytelleran absorbing, detailed account.
"Jewish Journal"
The writing successfully captures the pace of medieval life and pulls the reader into the details of the characters lives.
"Jewish Times News"

aA forceful novel of the power of learning, faith, and the two sides of love.a
"Midwest Book Review"
aAnton has reimagined the life and world of the famed eleven-century biblical teacher Rashi through the lives of his three daughters.a]Readers will definitely be hooked on this series.a
a"Romantic Times"
aImpressive worka]a fine storytellera]an absorbing, detailed account.a
a"Jewish Journal"
aThe writing successfully captures the pace of medieval life and pulls the reader into the details of the charactersa lives.a
a"Jewish Times News"

?A forceful novel of the power of learning, faith, and the two sides of love.?
"Midwest Book Review"

?Anton has reimagined the life and world of the famed eleven-century biblical teacher Rashi through the lives of his three daughters.?Readers will definitely be hooked on this series.?
?"Romantic Times"
?Impressive work?a fine storyteller?an absorbing, detailed account.?
?"Jewish Journal"

?The writing successfully captures the pace of medieval life and pulls the reader into the details of the characters? lives.?
?"Jewish Times News"



Anton delivers a tour de force . . . [Readers] will fly through the pages and come away wishing for more. Library Journal(starred review)
A compelling combination of drama, suspense, and romance. Lilithmagazine" --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

About the Author

Maggie Anton was born Margaret Antonofsky in Los Angeles, California. Raised in a secular, socialist household, she reached adulthood with little knowledge of her Jewish religion. All that changed when David Parkhurst, who was to become her husband, entered her life, and they both discovered Judaism as adults. In the early 1990's, Anton began studying Talmud in a class for women taught by Rachel Adler, now a professor at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles. She became intrigued with the idea that Rashi, one of the greatest Jewish scholars ever, had no sons, only three daughters. Slowly but surely, she began to research the family and the time in which they lived. Legend has it that Rashi's daughters were learned in a time when women were traditionally forbidden to study the sacred texts. These forgotten women seemed ripe for rediscovery, and the idea of a book about them was born. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.


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