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Joshua: A Brooklyn Tale

Kane, Andrew

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ISBN 10: 1458200744 / ISBN 13: 9781458200747
Editorial: AbbottPress, 2011
Condición: Fine Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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Trade paperback.465 pages. Size: 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" tall, N° de ref. de la librería 039236

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Título: Joshua: A Brooklyn Tale

Editorial: AbbottPress

Año de publicación: 2011

Encuadernación: Softcover

Condición del libro:Fine

Edición: 1st Edition.

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Against a backdrop of racial tensions and spanning four decades, JOSHUA: A Brooklyn Tale explores the entanglements of three lives: Joshua Eubanks, a young black man struggling to overcome the crime, drugs, and despair of the streets; Rachel Weissman, daughter of a Hassidic rabbi, wrestling pangs of rebelliousness against the insular and restrictive practices of her religion; and Paul Sims, the product of a privileged Long Island Jewish family, yearning to escape his troubled past. Joshua first encounters Rachel in the local synagogue, where he works as an assistant to the custodian. Over the years their bond intensifies, though their lives diverge. Rachel aspires to be a doctor, a blasphemous choice for a woman in her culture.  Joshua kills a man in self defense, and is alienated from his own community. Paul leaves his home to find solace in the Hasidic enclave of Crown Heights. From different worlds and unaware they share a father, Joshua and Paul see their lives collide in a quest for Rachel's love. Through these and other challenges, culminating with the 1991 Crown Heights riots, Joshua explores the tensions between two communities in close physical proximity, but still worlds apart. Through Joshua, Rachel, and Paul, a vision of hope is offered, but is tempered by the reality of human frailty and tragedy.

About the Author:

Andrew Kane is the author of the critically acclaimed, controversial novel Rabbi, Rabbi. He holds a PhD in psychology from Yeshiva University and is a clinical psychologist in private practice. He lives in New York with his wife, Debbie, and their two children, Max and Jessica.

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