6 edition of Sister in sorrow found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-249) and indexes.
|Statement||Ilana Rosen ; translated and edited by Sandy Bloom.|
|Genre||Biography., Personal narratives.|
|Series||Raphael Patai series in Jewish folklore and anthropology|
|Contributions||Bloom, Sandy, 1955-|
|LC Classifications||DS135.H93 A16713 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 269 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||2007037111|
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Ann Cabot, upscale art gallery owner, is struggling to find a pathway to lasting happiness while coping with the sorrows of relinquished love. Sister Sorrow, Sister Joy was featured in the Richmond Times-Dispatch Book Notes section! Columnist Jay Strafford says the following: Columnist Jay Strafford says the following: “With skillful dialogue a wealth of Richmond locations (including some long-gone and greatly lamented restaurants), and a storyline that vibrates with external and.
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From the PublisherPages: Sister in Sorrow is both moving reading from a personal point of view and fascinating as a scholarly work. When it first appeared in public as a dissertation about thirteen years ago, it was considered one of the most innovative and mind-shaking studies on the Holocaust and of Jewish folklore.
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Sarah Jepson lives with her alcoholic mother in Battersea in She is fourteen and is still attending school. That changes when her mother gives birth to Tommy. Sarah refuses to “get rid” of Tommy as her mother demands.4/4(27).
Fatima Jinnah: A sister’s sorrow. Nadeem F. Paracha in the initial saga of the painful birth of Pakistan is Fatima Jinnah, the frail-looking, graceful but gritty sister of the founder of the. The The Girl Who Drank the Moon quotes below are all either spoken by Sister Ignatia/The Sorrow Eater or refer to Sister Ignatia/The Sorrow Eater.
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