K'tia, A Savior of the Jewish People.
255 Humphrey St, Marblehead MA 01945
0916288525 $15.00 micahbooks.com
Poet and author Roberta Kalechofsky is a master of the historical novel. In K'tia, A Savior Of The Jewish People And Other Stories, she showcases her skills in fourteen short stories tracing themes in Jewish/Christian relations from the Roman era down to the present day. Chronology governs the pattern of these articulate stories illustrated the need of humans to make gods out of men with an inevitable fatality as the result. Thoughtful and thought-provoking, the individual stories comprising this outstanding anthology include: Domitilla; The Emperor's Statue; The Ballad of 1095; 1492; A View of Toledo; Children of God; My Poor Prisoner; Four Women From Ravensbruck; The Game; Father Woytzski Leads A Jewish Youth Group to the Holocaust Memorial in Oswiecim, Poland; Guido, My Guide; The Eternal Roman; Beloved and Endangered Species; and the title piece, K'tia, A Savior Of The Jewish People".
|Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback|
|Title Annotation:||K'tia, A Savior of the Jewish People and other Stories|
|Article Type:||Book review|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2006|
|Previous Article:||Understanding Brands.|
|Next Article:||Radiant Danse Uv Being.|
|One Generation to the Next.|
|Spring, Debbie: The Righteous Smuggler.|
|Women connecting faith.|
|A Glorious Angel Show.|