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A Daughter Of Israel

Fred M. White

Publisher: Good Press

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Fred M. White's 'A Daughter Of Israel' is a poignant novel that delves deep into the life of a Jewish woman struggling to find her identity and place in a society ridden with prejudice and discrimination. Through vivid and compelling prose, White explores themes of faith, culture, and self-discovery, offering a unique perspective on the Jewish experience in the late 19th century. The book is characterized by its rich historical detail and nuanced characterization, making it a captivating read for those interested in exploring the complexities of identity and belonging in a diverse world. White's writing style is evocative and thought-provoking, drawing readers into the heart of his protagonist's journey as she navigates the challenges of her time. A Daughter Of Israel stands out as a timeless work of fiction that continues to resonate with readers today, offering a powerful glimpse into the struggles and triumphs of individuals grappling with questions of faith and heritage in a changing world.
Available since: 11/09/2021.
Print length: 136 pages.

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