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The shiksa

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Published by W. Morrow in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBarbara Bartlett.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3552.A7652 S5 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination404 p. ;
Number of Pages404
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2383721M
ISBN 100688043895
LC Control Number87012526
OCLC/WorldCa16226771


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“ — The Jerusalem Post "At first, Laurie Graff's novel made me wish that I was a shiksa. Then I was glad that I wasn't. Now I'm more confused than ever.”Pages: Shiksa book.

Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. She is feared and desired. She is the symbol of a family's failure and a cult /5.

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Shiksa Goddess collects thirty-five of her urbane, inspiring, and deeply empathic essays–all written when she was in her forties, and all infused with her trademark irreverent humor.

The full range of Wasserstein’s mid-life obsessions are covered in this eclectic collection: everything from Chekhov, politics, and celebrity, to family /5(17). Kosher food blogger Tori Avey goes by a title that shocks some people: She’s The Shiksa In the Kitchen. But she says that she wants to redeem this word, sometimes used to refer disparagingly to a gentile woman.

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Do shiksas really have more fun. A Jewish girl is about to find out in Laurie Graff’s wickedly witty novel. SHIKSA (shik's?) n. Yiddish 1. A non-Jewish woman. A Free shipping over $ Print book: Fiction: English: 1st edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Subjects: Romance fiction, American. Jewish-American men -- Fiction. Catholic women -- Fiction. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. The ideal shiksa is a blonde WASP who look like the opposite of a stereotypical Jew, but in reality, many shiksas are brunettes who might pass for Jewish themselves.

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The generation of Germans who experienced the apocalyptic Pages:   The word shiksa has a primarily derogatory connotation — meant to convey that the “shiksa” is somehow “less than” somebody born into Judaism.

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For a stand-up comedian, you'd think. Here I am with the author, Laurie Graff. She is so petite, I look like one big Shiksa. Afterwards, we toasted with HE'BREW, "the Chosen Beer." Last night I. Shiksa. The term shiksa is the feminine form of sheigetz and, like the latter, is based on the biblical word sheketz.

Shiksa (Yiddish: שיקסע ‎, romanized: shikse) is an often disparaging term for a. In the book, Meyer tells the story of a young orthodox Jew called Motti. His dominant mother expects him to marry a Jewish woman, but Motti falls in love with a shiksa — a non-Jewish woman.

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Then I was glad that I wasn’t. Now I’m more confused than ever.”. The Yiddish word "Shiksa" is an extremely derogatory pejorative used to insult white gentile women.

It's definition varies depending on who you ask but it. Oh yeah. It’s a shiksa goddess.” (By the way, Wiki tells us that “Lenny has received a rare ‘% Fresh’ score on the review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes based on 16 reviews.”) There are any number of useful books on Jews and Jewish themes in Hollywood film, beginning with Patricia Erens’ The Jew in American Cinema.

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But do not read this book unless you read "Generation to Generation" first, then read "Failure of Nerve" second and then move on to this title. Without the groundwork of understanding, this book will not Reviews: 6. Shiksa tells the stories of gentile women and women converts living in the Jewish community today, sharing insights from rabbis, Jewish feminists, educators and therapists.

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