Originality Bashevis handwriting, his artistic discoveries embodied in the “adult” novels and stories, and easily recognizable in the works for children.
Simplicity and directness of language intonation eliminate the distance between the text and the reader little, give reading intimate, personal character.
All these qualities are the author’s style could not be more appropriate stories that Singer often draws from Jewish religious literature.
Such is the story of Noah and the dove – in different variations can be found in rabbinic literature.
Growing up in a rabbinical family and received a traditional Jewish education, Bashevis Singer knew this literature and borrowed from her conviction of Jewish identity and universal. In his works, he remained faithful to the spiritual values of the Jewish tradition and its humanistic pathos .