I want to thank you and your staff for all you did to help us select and receive the beautiful miniature kiddush cups. We purchased these for our seniors who are residents of the Kobernick-Anchin campus here in Sarasota, Florida who previously had been using plastic cups! We dedicated the new kiddush cups at our Kabbalat Shabbat service - residents held the cups with such joy, they loved the Jerusalem design which reminded them of long-ago visits to Israel. Several residents with Alzheimer's spoke up, some for the first time in months. Thank you so much. Rabbi Barbara Aiello, resident rabbi, Kobernick Campus, Sarasota, FL
The Crime of Writing
This is an intelligent, sensitive and tense novel about the intimate triangle of man, woman and child. The Crime of Writing explores sexual identity and the relationship between life and literature.
A young woman meets an elderly Englishman, George Brown, while she is visiting London. After his death, she receives his written confession. Her husband, a novelist, decides to publish it.
The confession opens with the so-called sin of writing. Brown, who never married or had a family of his own, persistently tries to find out the secret of his mother's disappearance. His relationship with his father and longing for his absent mother creates a conundrum, which is only revealed to Brown in the closing pages.
Translated by Yael Lotan
- Author/Artist: Haim Lapid
- Publisher: Toby
- Genre: Israeli Novels in English
- Binding: Soft cover
- Media: Book