The Shehechiyanu is a blessing that expresses gratitude for new, or special, experiences.
You have questions about the High Holidays, My Jewish Learning has answers.
The first pages of this novel introduce its terrifying protagonist.
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Vassily Grossman's "Life and Fate" was smuggled out of Stalinist Russia, where it takes place.
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The first pages of "The Family Mashber" set the stage for what's to come. Take a look.
The ram's horn is blown on the High Holidays in three specific ways.
Anzia Yezierska's book explores the early 20th-century immigrant experience, and women's place in it.
Una afirmación de la singularidad de Dios, su recitación diaria es vista por los judíos observantes tradicionalistas como un mandamiento bíblico.