Vsichni moji stryckove / Viktor Fischl.
Viktor Fischl 1912-2006Book
"A couple who suddenly has no money to buy food for Pesach, and a couple who becomes instant millionaires. A woman who, after many childless years, embraces a very special baby...and a new mother who wonders if she'll ever be able to accept the unexpected package she's been given. Parents whose children struggle for survival in the hospital ward, and parents who must learn to set limits and let go. All these and more await you in the stories, both true and fictional, that sparkle on these pages. In Beyond the Prism, Riva Pomerantz ... once again delivers a dazzling collection of stories and essays." -- Excerpt from page [4.] of cover.
Beyond the prism : a dazzling collection of illuminating stories. 2 / Riva Pomerantz.
Brooklyn, NY : Menucha Publishers, Inc
Israeli fiction (English)
Haredi and religious literature
Vol. 1 Prisms -- a dazzling collection of illuminating stories.
Vol. 2 Beyond the prism -- a dazzling collection of illuminating stories.
"The best of Riva Pomerantz" -- Cover.
356 pages : illustrations
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