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by Chaim Bermant

eBook The Patriarch download ISBN: 0600205851
Author: Chaim Bermant
Publisher: Hamlyn; New Ed edition (1984)
Language: English
Pages: 464
ePub: 1698 kb
Fb2: 1184 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Literature

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Chaim Icyk Bermant (26 February 1929 – 20 January 1998) was a prominent Anglo-Jewish journalist, author and wit. Born in Braslava, Latvia, he spent much of his childhood in Scotland. He was educated at Queen's Park Secondary School in Glasgow, Glasgow University, where he graduated in economics, and the London School of Economics. He contributed regularly to The Jewish Chronicle and occasionally to the national press, particularly The Observer.

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Used availability for Chaim Bermant's The Patriarch. September 1982 : UK Paperback.

A history of a Russian Jewish immigrant's journey through life, his descendents, his triumphs, his disappointments. In turn-of-the-century Glasgow, Russian immigrant Nahum Rabinovitz aids other Jews to safety as pogroms sweep Russia, marries his childhood sweetheart, and establishes a family distinguished by its passionate commitments and intellectual pursuits.

Author:Bermant, Chaim. The Patriarch: A Jewish Family Saga. World of Books Australia was founded in 2005. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. See all 2 pre-owned listings. The Patriarch: A Jewish Family Saga by Chaim Bermant (Paperback, 1982). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Chaim Bermant (1929-1998) was born in Breslev, Poland and moved to Glasgow, Scotland at the age of 8. He was educated in Glasgow and became a teacher before joining Scottish TV and then Granada. Bermant became a prominent Anglo-Jewish journalist, and had a regular coloumn in The Jewish Chronicle and occasionally to the national press, particularly The Observer and The Daily Telegraph.

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In turn-of-the-century Glasgow, Russian immigrant Nahum Rabinovitz aids other Jews to safety as pogroms sweep Russia, marries his childhood sweetheart, and establishes a family distinguished by its passionate commitments and intellectual pursuits
Comments: (2)
Vijora
I found this book fascinating as it is the history of a Jewish family that originated in Poland and moved to Glasgow in the great immigration days. It covers every important historical event from the 1890s till the 1960. But into this the writer weaves dozens of stories as well as telling us about Glasgow and British Jewry. The relatives that ended up in the US as well as those that fought in the wars and Israel's independance.
Riavay
A colourful Jewish family saga spanning the period from the late 1800's to the late 1960's.
It is the story of Nahum Rabinowitz/Raeburn, who immigrates from Russia to Scotland , and builds up a fortune.
He marries his youth sweetheart Miri, after her first husband passes away , and the novel shifts it's focus to Miri's children by her first and second marriages.
A colourful array of men and women , and a fairly pleasant read. Tends to drag in parts but picks up in others.