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Ahavatah shel geveret Roṭshild (2015)

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429 pages
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Hsd
Mayer Amschel Rothchild and his wife Gutle were both born in the Judengasse, the Jewish ghetto of Frankfurt-am-Main and they married when she was 17 years old. Mayer was a bold, creative man with acute senses, who fought against the prohibitions and restrictions imposed on the Jews and strove to achieve equal rights for them. Despite their wealth, their closeness to rulers and the emancipation granted to the Jews, Mayer and Gutle never left the ghetto. Gutle’s great love for her husband, the ten children she bore and raised, her choice to live modestly, the tragedies she experienced and the moments of joy. Gutle, who is the narrator-heroine of the book, keeps a secret diary in which she bares her emotions, thoughts and secret desires
Utförlig titel
Ahavatah shel geveret Roṭshild /Śarah Aharoni = Mrs. Rothschild's love / Sara Aharoni
ISBN:
9789655640922
9655640922
Förlag
Yediʻot aḥaronot
Klassifikation
892.4
Hsd.01
Ämnesord
Jews
Judar
Hebrew fiction
Israeli fiction
Historiska skildringar
Romaner
Fiction
Ämnesord plats:
Tyskland
Lokal anmärkning
"Yediʻot sefarim"--Spine
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520 a  Mayer Amschel Rothchild and his wife Gutle were both born in the Judengasse, the Jewish ghetto of Frankfurt-am-Main and they married when she was 17 years old. Mayer was a bold, creative man with acute senses, who fought against the prohibitions and restrictions imposed on the Jews and strove to achieve equal rights for them. Despite their wealth, their closeness to rulers and the emancipation granted to the Jews, Mayer and Gutle never left the ghetto. Gutle’s great love for her husband, the ten children she bore and raised, her choice to live modestly, the tragedies she experienced and the moments of joy. Gutle, who is the narrator-heroine of the book, keeps a secret diary in which she bares her emotions, thoughts and secret desires
596 x  Imported from: zcat.oclc.org:210/OLUCWorldCat (Do not remove)
600 1 a  Rothschild, Meyer Amschel c  1744-1812
600 1 a  Shnaper, Guṭel c  1753-1849
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