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Stories / Biography

$28.95

One thousand-year history of European Jews, closely bound with history and culture of other people.

$12.95

The complete opening statements of the Eichmann Trial, translated into Russian. Includes the indictment against Eichmann, Attorney General Gideon Hausner’s opening statement, Eichmann’s attorney’s objections and the court’s ruling.

$14.95

Few of Agnon’s stories are told as effortlessly as A Simple Story, yet this engaging tale reveals the profound psychological and social insights of the Nobel Laureate’s finest fiction.

$23.95

Translation and adaptation of the famous Chasidic stories written by Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Zevin

$23.95

Translation and adaptation of the famous Chasidic stories written by Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Zevin.

$23.95

Translation and adaptation of the famous three-volume Chasidic stories written by Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Zevin.

$23.95

Translation and adaptation of the famous three-volume Chasidic stories written by Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Zevin.

$23.95

Translation and adaptation of the famous three-volume Chasidic stories written by Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Zevin.

$12.95

Israel’s master novelist (Mr. Mani) tells a spellbinding tale about a spellbinding woman whose luminous smile, swan’s neck and Tatar eyes are so beguiling. The woman is Yulia Ragayev, a Slavic immigrant to Israel who has been killed in a terrorist bombing and whose corpse lies unidentified in a morgue for a week. The man (who, like everyone in the novel except Yulia, remains nameless) is the human resources manager at the commercial bakery where Yulia worked as a cleaning woman. A muckraking article forces the bakery’s owner to discover her identity and take action to restore her dignity. The owner orders the HR director to return Yulia’s body to her son and mother in her native land for burial—a journey that turns into an opportunity for moral redemption for him after a series of stunning reversals. Throughout, Yulia remains a mystery: why did she come to, and cling to, Jerusalem when she wasn’t Jewish? Questions of morality, dignity, identity, nationality and belonging are subtly explored in sometimes hallucinatory prose, fluently translated by Halkin. This short novel’s layers reveal themselves only gradually and, once revealed, continue to compel and provoke.

$27.95

Documentary biography of the legendary refusenik, published upon his release.

Compiled by Felix Roziner

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A tale of what happens when two friends, Popov and Rabinovitch the Jew, exchange their identities and live amongst each other’s respective surroundings.

$33.95

Boruch’s Travel, by Ezra Hovkin

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