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by Maurice Samuel

eBook Certain People Of The Book epub
  • ISBN: 1174859768
  • Author: Maurice Samuel
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: World
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nabu Press (August 11, 2011)
  • Pages: 384 pages
  • ePUB size: 1690 kb
  • FB2 size 1689 kb
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Maurice Samuel, Romanian author, translator, lecturer. Certain People of the Book, 1955. The Professor and the Fossil, 1956. Served as sergeant, United States Army, 1917-1919. The Second Crucifixion, 1960.

Home Browse Books Book details, Certain People of the Book. Certain People of the Book. The narrative never abandons the stately rhythms that come through to us even in the translations, and an implacable solemnity seems to brood over individuals and incidents: let me say a suspiciously implacable solemnity, because it is inconceivable that the whole Biblical world should have lived its life in such a sustained severity of mood. Long ago I suspected that in many places the majestic façade only half concealed an invitation to mirth: a progressive mirth, developing from a startled and timid grin into a joyous chuckle to explode at last into a con

Categories: Anthologies (non-poetry). By (author) Maurice Samuel.

Categories: Anthologies (non-poetry).

Maurice Samuel also wrote the nonfiction King Mob under the pseudonym "Frank K. Notch". The Professor And The Fossil (1956). Certain People of the Book (1955). Little Did I Know: Recollections and Reflections (1963). Blood Accusation: the Strange History of the Beiliss Case (1966). YouTube Encyclopedic.

Certain People of the Book (1955). Louis Kaplan, "On Maurice Samuel's twenty-fifth Yahrzeit - death anniversary of Jewish author", Judaism, Fall 1997. Maurice Samuel Papers, es. Blood Accustation: the Strange History of the Beiliss Case (1966). Marcus Eli Ravage - author of "A Real Case Against the Jews". Samuel Roth - author of Jews Must live. A Racial Program for the Twentieth Century. Theodore N. Kaufman - author of Germany Must Perish!

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Certain People of the Book (1955). Maurice Pianzola - Maurice Samuel Pianzola (né le 6 octobre 1917 à Genève et mort le 16 octobre 2004) est un journaliste et écrivain suisse d origine belge.

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