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eBook The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony ePub

by E. M. Broner

  • ISBN: 0060608714
  • Category: Judaism
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: E. M. Broner
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harpercollins; 1st edition (March 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1308 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1588 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
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The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony. 0060608714 (ISBN13: 9780060608712).

Lyrical, evocative, and politically charged, this is the engaging story. The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony.

The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality through Community and . Broner had also written radio scripts for National Public Radio and plays.

The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality through Community and Ceremony. ; Nimrod, Naomi (1994). The Women's Haggadah. Her musical, Higginson: An American Life, premiered June 17, 2005, by the Michigan Opera Theatre (Broner, book & lyrics; Mort Zieve, music). Margalit Fox (June 22, 2011). E. M. Broner, Jewish Feminist, Dies at 83". The New York Times. a b Sklar, Kathryn Kish (March 1, 2009).

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The Telling: Including the Women's Haggadah. Now in paperback, the fascinating story of a group of Jewish women who journey to spirituality through community and ceremony as they expand the dimensions of the traditional passover to include and acknowledge the contributions of women, from the past and present, who have shaped Judaism. Complete with Broner's acclaimed feminist Haggadah.

Community and Ceremony, by . Broner, was released on March 1, 1993. Esther M. Broner died in 2011.

The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony, by .

Broner explored the double marginalization of being Jewish and female, producing a body of work that placed her in the vanguard of Jewish feminist letters. In another work of nonfiction, The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony (1993), Ms. Broner documented the annual seder and other alternative celebrations held by her circle. In chronicling the story of the Exodus, for instance, their seder included opening the door to allow the prophetess Miriam, rather than the prophet Elijah, to enter.

Broner was the author of ten books, including The Women's Haggadah; Weave of Women; The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality through Community and Ceremony; and Mornings and Mourning: A Kaddish Journal.

The Telling by E M Broner - book cover, description, publication history

The Telling by E M Broner - book cover, description, publication history. Similar books by other authors.

Now in paperback, the fascinating story of a group of Jewish women who journey to spirituality through community and ceremony .

Now in paperback, the fascinating story of a group of Jewish women who journey to spirituality through community and ceremony as they expand the dimensions of the traditional passover to include and acknowledge the contributions of women.

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Are you sure you want to remove The Telling from your list? The Telling. The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony. by E. Broner, Naomi Nimrod. Published March 1993 by Harpercollins.

Relates how a group of Jewish feminists came together to reclaim their religion by reinterpreting the Passover liturgy