"Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi is an exemplary Jewish historian of the Jews, and with Zakhor he becomes an exemplary theorist of the troubling and possibly irreconcilable split between Jewish memory and Jewish historiography. . . [Zakhor] may well be a permanent contribution to Jewish speculation upon the dilemmas of Jewishness, and so it may join the canon of Jewish wisdom literature."―New York Review of Books
"A remarkable book that discusses the millennial tension between the age-old Jewish commandment - and tradition - of remembrance and the relatively new Jewish interest in history."―American Historical Review
This is a classic! Yerushalmi went on to read the beautiful and moving "Interminable Judaism: Freud's Moses."Published 1 month ago by Mom with Ph.D.
Complex discussions regarding Jewish History and Jewish memory. Not an easy read, but the author is well informed, with interesting and unique ideas. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
This beautiful treasure of a book illustrates how the Jewish people brought meaning to their history.Published 6 months ago by DIANNE G CARTWRIGHT PHD
it's fabulous. lots of information, admirable temperate voice, lots of wisdom. A must read work for anyone interested in the subject.Published 11 months ago by Michael Ledeen