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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
New York : Knopf, 1983
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|Description:||161 pages ; 22 cm|
Because he was permitted to survive World War II, French Jew, Joseph Brill has dedicated his life to the exhortation of his childhood rabbi--to teach. As principal of a school in the American midwest, he teaches his version of enlightenment hoping to make a difference. But all he sees around him is debilitating mediocrity until the brilliant Hester Lilt enrolls her daughter in his school.
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- Jewish men -- Fiction.
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