[Epub] Rashi's Daughters, Book II: Miriam: A Novel of Love and the Talmud in Medieval France by Maggie Anton (2007-07-31) Por Maggie Anton – Andy-palmer.co.uk

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5 thoughts on “Rashi's Daughters, Book II: Miriam: A Novel of Love and the Talmud in Medieval France by Maggie Anton (2007-07-31)

  1. A Happy Grandma A Happy Grandma says:

    I had to read this book because I became so attached to Rashi s family after finishing Book 1 of the series, Joheved s story, I missed them This book is well written and offers a fascinating account of Jewish life in medieval times The characters are so well drawn that I feel like I know


  2. Mary E. Young Mary E. Young says:

    The second book in the series, this story focuses on Miriam, Rashi s middle child When Miriam s fianc e dies in a tragic accident, she is thrust into depression and despair Not even her training as a midwife can bring her out of her funk Only time and distance seems to help After marrying Judah, t


  3. D. Swayne D. Swayne says:

    Miriam is truly a women in a man s world, In the first in this trilogy of books Miriam has already become a midwife and her development as such continues in this volume But Miriam meets real opposition in a patriarchal world when she decides to become a Mohel as well This adds great creative intrigue to Ant


  4. Teacher & Mommy of 3 Teacher & Mommy of 3 says:

    I recommend this period piece for anyone who is interested in learning about France in the Dark Ages and about how Jews related to Gentiles during that time Moreover, it goes into the study of Talmud and biblical scholarship in an easily digestible form The author has done impeccable research in writing this novel I


  5. S. Bram S. Bram says:

    An excellent sequel to Anton s first novel in the series Coming from a traditional Jewish background, I do wonder about the accuracy of portraying Rashi s daughters and sons in law in such a sexual nature i.e involved with pre marital relations and homosexuality Rashi shaped the face of Torah learning probably than any other


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