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The Donigers of Great Neck : A Mythologized Memoir

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"Many memories, many myths"--this is how Wendy Doniger begins the story of her parents' origins in Europe and sharply bifurcated life in America. Recalling their contrasting attitudes toward Judaism and religion in general--and acknowledging the mythologized narratives that keep bubbling up in those recollections--Doniger tells the story of their childhoods, their unusual marriage, their life in the post-World War II Jewish enclave of Great Neck, New York, and her own complex relationship with each of them.

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"Many memories, many myths"--this is how Wendy Doniger begins the story of her parents' origins in Europe and sharply bifurcated life in America. Recalling their contrasting attitudes toward Judaism and religion in general--and acknowledging the mythologized narratives that keep bubbling up in those recollections--Doniger tells the story of their childhoods, their unusual marriage, their life in the post-World War II Jewish enclave of Great Neck, New York, and her own complex relationship with each of them.
“Many memories, many myths”—this is how Wendy Doniger begins the story of her parents’ origins in Europe and sharply bifurcated life in America. Recalling their contrasting attitudes toward Judaism and religion in general—and acknowledging the mythologized narratives that keep bubbling up in those recollections—Doniger tells the story of their childhoods, their unusual marriage, their life in the post–World War II Jewish enclave of Great Neck, New York, and her own complex relationship with each of them.

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Publisher
Brandeis University Press
Book Format
Paperback
Original Languages
English
Number of Pages
184
Author
Wendy Doniger
ISBN-13
9781512603521
Publication Date
March, 2019
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.00 x 5.00 x 0.60 Inches
ISBN-10
151260352X

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