Nobody Died Laughing: Poems of Witness to Millennia of Madness Against the Jews

Light, joyful poetry you will not find here, but poems infused with passion, pain, and indignation, as Herb Brin sweeps through millennia of Jewish history. He encompasses the passing of human life, conveying the innocence of childhood, the agonies of childbirth, the sorrows of aging. More

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Words: 10,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476195070
About Herb Brin

Herb Brin (1915 – 2003) was born and raised in Chicago. Herb was an investigative reporter for the City News Bureau and Los Angeles Times, a world-recognized poet, and pioneering Jewish journalist. He founded the Heritage, a chain of Jewish community newspapers spanning southern California, where he served as editor, publisher and columnist. His books include: Conflicts, My Spanish Years, Wild Flowers, Nobody Died Laughing, Poems from the Rubio, Ich bin Ein Jude, and Justice, Justice. He is survived by three sons, Stan, David and Dan.

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