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"Like any sisters who live together and share a husband, my mother and aunties spun a sticky web of loyalties and grudges," Anita Diamant writes in the voice of Dinah. "They traded secrets like bracelets, and these were handed down to me the only surviving girl. They told me things I was too young to hear. They held my face between their hands and made me swear to remember." Remembering women's earthy stories and passionate history is indeed the theme of this magnificent book. In fact, it's been said that The Red Tent is what the Bible might have been had it been written by God's daughters, instead of her sons. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
One of the best books I've ever read. I am really critical but this book is amazing. It did bring tears but mostly I loved it.Published 9 hours ago by carriagepushingmomma
I found this to be a wonderful insight into what "might" have happened during that period in the Bible. It brought the Biblical story to life.Published 1 day ago by Annette R Jones
Interesting take on an old story, but for anyone with a reading knowledge of the Bible story of Jacob, Leah and Rachel, there were just too many untruths to enable me to enjoy... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Fergie
The author uses a biblical character Dinah to weave distasteful false stories. Just a story that had the mark of biblical Dinah but the author definitely missed of using Dinah's... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Liliya Lezhnyak