Boychiks In The Hood: Travels In The Hasidic Underground by Robert EisenbergBoychiks In The Hood: Travels In The Hasidic Underground by Robert Eisenberg

Boychiks In The Hood: Travels In The Hasidic Underground

byRobert Eisenberg

Paperback | September 13, 1996

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Boychiks in the Hood is your passport to the Hasidic "underworld" -- a destination far different from popular expectations. Join Robert Eisenberg as he hangs out with an ex-Deadhead in Antwerp, makes a pilgrimage to the grave of the revered Rebbie Nachman in the Ukraine, munches mini-bagels with Rollerblading kosher butchers in Minnesota, discovers the last remaining religious Jews in Poland, talks sex with a karate-champion-turned-rabbi in Israel, and more.Simultaneously respectful and hilarious, Boychiks in the Hood is a surprising and unforgettable journey through the world's flourishing Hasidic communities that reveals this vibrant tradition as never before.

Robert Eisenberg was educated at Columbia and Harvard. He has spent several years traveling among the world's Hasidic communities.
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Title:Boychiks In The Hood: Travels In The Hasidic UndergroundFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.58 inPublished:September 13, 1996Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0062512234

ISBN - 13:9780062512239

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Boychiks in the Hood is your passport to the Hasidic "underworld" - a destination far different from popular expectations. When Robert Eisenberg, a secular Jew from Omaha, Nebraska, decided to investigate his family's distant Satmar connections, he unknowingly embarked on a journey that would carry him around the world and into the hearts and lives of the Hasidim. Armed with a loving curiosity and the Yiddish his grandmother taught him as a child, Eisenberg found himself intimately drawn into the sometimes nutty, often inspiring, lives of these most traditional of Jews. Join Eisenberg as he hangs out with an ex-Deadhead in Antwerp, makes a pilgrimage to the grave of the revered Rebbe Nachman in the Ukraine, munches mini-bagels with Roller-blading kosher butchers in Minnesota, talks about sex with a karate champion turned rabbi in Israel, and more.