Bagels and Grits: A Jew on the Bayou by Jennifer Moses

Bagels and Grits: A Jew on the Bayou

byJennifer Moses

Paperback | October 24, 2013

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When Jennifer Anne Moses moved from a comfortable life in East Coast Jewish society to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, she volunteered at an AIDS hospice and rediscovered a profound commitment to her Jewish faith.

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Jennifer Anne Moses is a writer now living in Montclair, New Jersey. Her essays, reporting, reviews, and travel and opinion pieces have appeared frequently in the New York Times, Washington Post, Atlanta Journal Constitution, and Salon. She is the author of Visiting Hours, Food and Whine, Just Give Me One Piece of Gum, and Songs You Ca...
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Title:Bagels and Grits: A Jew on the BayouFormat:PaperbackDimensions:180 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.7 inPublished:October 24, 2013Publisher:University Of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0299224449

ISBN - 13:9780299224448

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Table of Contents

1 With God in Baton Rouge
2 The Dancing Widow
3 Dr. God
4 Hebrew on the Bayou
5 Holy Ghost
6 The Memory Books
7 Glimpses
8 Afterward
9 Kaddish
10 Coming of Age in Baton Rouge
11 Where They Landed
12 God’s Arms Are Very Long
13 Signs
Postscript: After the Storm

Editorial Reviews

"Moses's prose is lyrical and fresh. . . . After finishing this book, readers may wish they could sit down over a bagel and grits and visit with her."—Publishers Weekly