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Is Love Stronger than Death?


Early on in this charming, frankly vulnerable, and deceptively deep book about death, Hillel Halkin tells the story of a discovery he made on the grounds of his property on the southern slope of the Carmel mountain range:

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About the Author

Abraham Socher is the editor of the Jewish Review of Books and professor of religion and Jewish studies at Oberlin College.

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[email protected] on April 29, 2017 at 11:57 am
Sounds like a great book

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