www.genealoj.org Review:Cercle de Généalogie Juive | La première association française de généalogie juive - Le CERCLE DE GENEALOGIE JUIVE est la première association de généalogie juive en France. Fondé en 1984, il compte plus de six cents adhérents généalogistes amateurs, expérimentés et débutants.
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I am used to reading novels long historical fiction, what people started calling and continue to call classics (theses books seem to change depending on who is discussing them and where), fan of Russian novels and nonfiction books that discuss culture if other cultures in other countries and times. This was my first time reading a book of essays. I didn't think I would like it as one chapter starts a new story with different characters. I thought it would be to disjointed and too difficult to form any emotional attachment. Well I was wrong. Each story written in different voices give the reader new things to contemplate and consider. The writing if done correctly does not need to be expanded into a long novel. It would detract from the story. The directness in which these are written allows for unique glimpses into windows of other people's lives. Well worth the time. Look forward to reading more.
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RBG fans will devour this in a weekend. A surprising mix of Supreme Court writings, historical insights and personal recollections. I expected to learn more about Justice Ginsburg's pioneering work advocating for women's legal rights - and I did. But the unexpected entries in this collection were my favorites, like RBG's fascinating analysis of Supreme Court wives and a moving tribute from her husband Marty. Brooklynites will especially enjoy the wise-beyond-her-years essay she wrote while attending PS 238 and the entry from the East Midwood Bulletin.