The Genealogy of Understanding

Is ancient Torah relevant to the social issues of today? In The Genealogy of Understanding, Matt Klein, a contemporary Jewish Scheherazade, questions whether Torah can illuminate and guide responses to such issues as intermarriage, infidelity, and prejudice that threaten to splinter families in the suburban New Jersey community of his upbringing. More

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Published by Lethe Press
Words: 106,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311565099
About Daniel M Jaffe

Daniel M. Jaffe is a prize-winning fiction writer whose short stories and personal essays have appeared in dozens of anthologies and literary journals in nine countries. He compiled and edited With Signs and Wonders: An International Anthology of Jewish Fabulist Fiction (Invisible Cities Press), translated Here Comes the Messiah! (Zephyr Press), a Russian-Israeli novel by Dina Rubina, and most recently came out with the fiction chapbook One-Foot Lover (Seven Kitchens Press). He has been profiled in The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Multiethnic American Literature, and holds degrees from Princeton University (A.B.), Harvard Law School (J.D.), and Vermont College (M.F.A.). He teaches in the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program.

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