Tel Aviv Stories by Ashley Rindsberg

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Tel Aviv Stories tells the stories of the unnamed, unrecognized and often unseen inhabitants of its eponymous city. Mining the great traditions of Jewish literature and Jewish short stories, Ashley Rindsberg reaches into the lives of Israel's urban heart to find the intensely human, sometimes mystical tales behind the appearances.

In the final novella, "Rivkah & Rebecca," Tel Aviv Stories turns its attention to a wealthy Israeli family and their two twin daughters. Widely praised, Rivka & Rebecca moves beyond the exile themes of the previous six stories by combining the traditional thread of Jewish literature with a vibrantly new style of Israeli fiction being forged today.

~Table of Contents~
-Spinoza Street
-White Hair Woman
-Mother, Father, Child
-On Allenby
-Little Old Lady With the Flowers
-Night of Grief
-Rivkah & Rebecca

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Published February 1, 2011 by Midnight Oil Publishing. 170 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In his recently released God and Politics in Esther, Israeli political theorist Yoram Hazony presents a political reading of the Book of Esther, deriving from it a political philosophy that cuts to the heart of the archetypal relationship between the weak and the strong, and what that means for t...

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