Follow My Footprints: Changing Images of Women in American Jewish Fiction
Sylvia Barack Fishman
UPNE, 1992 - Fiction - 506 pages
This anthology focuses on women in Jewish fiction and presents a vivid panorama of Jewish life in the United States over the past one hundred years.
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An Introductory Essay
Isaac Bashevis Singer
Anne Richardson Roiphe
Ruth Knafo Setton
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