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by E. M. Broner

eBook Her Mothers download ISBN: 042503206X
Author: E. M. Broner
Publisher: Berkley Publishing; First Edition edition (1976)
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Broner attended Wayne State University and received a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in creative writing

Broner attended Wayne State University and received a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in creative writing. She received her PhD in religion at what is now the Union Institute & University. Broner returned to Wayne State to teach English and also taught at Sarah Lawrence College. magazine, later publishing it as a book in 1994; this haggadah is meant to include women where only men had been mentioned in traditional haggadahs, and it features the Wise Women, the Four Daughters, the Women's Questions, the Women's Plagues, and a women-centric Dayenu. The original Women's Seder has been held with the Women's.

Broner is the author of ten books, including "The Women's Haggadah" . Her novels include Her Mothers, Unafraid Women and A Weave of Women.

Broner is the author of ten books, including "The Women's Haggadah"; "Weave of Women"; "The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality through Community and Ceremony"; and "Mornings and Mourning: A Kaddish Journal". Broner has also written radio scripts for National Public Radio and plays. She was also the co autho. Dictionary of Jewish Biography. E. M. Broner - Esther Frances Masserman Broner ( 8. Juli 1927 als Esther Frances Masserman in Detroit, Michigan; † 21.

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Her father, Paul, was a newspaperman; her mother, Beatrice, had acted in the Yiddish theater in Poland.

Broner (her surname rhymes with owner ) was among the first writers to consider feminism and Judaism as parts of a seamless if te whole. While her work was often likened to that of postwar feminist novelists like Doris Lessing, Marge Piercy and Marilyn French, it was distinguished by its specifically Jewish focus. The book typifies Ms. Broner’s novelistic style: experimental, nonlinear and magic realist, suffused with myth, mysticism and sensory experience. Its prose can be sober, even urgent, but is also peppered with abundant sly humor. Her father, Paul, was a newspaperman; her mother, Beatrice, had acted in the Yiddish theater in Poland.

Her readers will remember . Broner as the author of 11 books, including The Women’s Haggadah, A Weave of Women, Her Mothers, Mornings and Mourning: A Kaddish Journal and her last novel, The Red Squad. Her former students at Wayne State University, Sarah Lawrence College and Haifa University will remember Esther as a passionate literature professor

She was proclaimed a Wonder Woman by the Wonder Woman Foundation for her work in feminist Jewish ritual

Broner was the author of ten books, including The Women's Haggadah; Weave of Women; The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality through Community and Ceremony; and Mornings and Mourning: A Kaddish Journal. Broner had also written radio scripts for National Public Radio and plays. She was proclaimed a Wonder Woman by the Wonder Woman Foundation for her work in feminist Jewish ritual The .

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