New American Haggadah by Jonathan Safran FoerNew American Haggadah by Jonathan Safran Foer

New American Haggadah

byJonathan Safran FoerTranslated byNathan Englander

Paperback | March 4, 2014

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Jonathan Safran Foer's and Nathan Englander's spectacular Haggadah-now in paperback.

Upon hardcover publication, NEW AMERICAN HAGGADAH was praised as a momentous re-envisioning through prayer, song, and ritual of one of our oldest, most timeless, and sacred stories-Moses leading the ancient Israelites out of slavery in Egypt to wander the desert for 40 years before reaching the Promised Land. Featuring a new translation of the traditional text by Nathan Englander and provocative essays by a collection of major Jewish writers and thinkers, it was received not only as a religious document but a magnificent literary and artistic achievement. Now, after two years of patience, those readers who asked for a paperback edition have gotten their wish.
Jonathan Safran Foer is the author ofEverything Is Illuminated, Extremely Loud and Incredibly CloseandEating Animals. His books have been translated into thirty-six languages.Everything Is Illuminatedreceived a National Jewish Book Award and a Guardian First Book Award, and was made into a film by Liev Schreiber. Foer lives in Brooklyn...
Title:New American HaggadahFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 10.75 × 8 × 0.75 inPublished:March 4, 2014Publisher:Little, Brown And CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0316069876

ISBN - 13:9780316069878

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