Publisher: Tundra Books; First Edition edition (August 14, 2007)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 6.8 MB
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younger Reuven has an issue. each year, at the day earlier than Rosh Hashanah, the loved rabbi of the village of Nemirov disappears until eventually dusk and not anyone understands the place he is going. The villagers suspect that he ascends to heaven to beg forgiveness for his or her sins, yet Reuven’s buddies wish the reality. They rent him to resolve the secret — in spite of everything, he's the smallest and quickest of the gang — yet how?That night, while Reuven watches the rabbi throughout the synagogue window, he will get an concept. decided to stick to him at sunrise, Reuven is baffled because the rabbi, disguised as an easy woodcutter, passes the synagogue, the cheder, and Beryl the Baker’s residence — his ordinary stops — in simple terms to go into the nice wooded area. the place might the rabbi of Nemirov potentially be going?Adapted from a cherished tale via I.L. Peretz, Richard Ungar once more captures the joyous spirit of the Jewish folktale with lighthearted humor and a wealthy palette of colours as shiny because the tale he tells.