This highly personal book by Britain's best-known female rabbi describes what it's like to be Jewish in contemporary Britain. It clarifies Jewish attitudes to life and death, sex, the Holocaust, families, festivals and rituals, and tries to show how these issues fit into the Britain of today.
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