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Nessa Rapoport
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NESSA RAPOPORT is the author of a novel, Preparing for Sabbath, and a collection of prose poems, A Woman’s Book of Grieving. Her essays and stories have been published in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Forward and have been widely anthologized. Her column, “Inner Life,” appears in The Jewish Week. She was awarded a grant by the Canada Council for the Arts for House on the River.

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The Schocken Book of Contemporary Jewish Fiction

Written by Ted Solotaroff and Nessa Rapoport


Format: Trade Paperback, 420 pages
Publisher: Schocken
On Sale: April 23, 1996
Price: $20.00

This anthology brings together some of the best stories written in the last thirty years by and about American Jews. Edited by Ted Solotaroff and Nessa Rapoport. Read more >
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