The Sacred Chain : The History of the Jews

By: Cantor, Norman F

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New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1994. 900 g; XXIV, 472 pages, includes a selected bibliography, and and index. Colour illustrated dustwrapper has a 0.5 inch tear with associated creasing at the top of the rear fold over flap. Otherwise in very good condition. The author, a professor of history, sociology and comparative literature offers this most comprehensive, readable and up-to-date history of the Jews in the English language. The focus is on how a Jewish identity and consciousness were created, perpetuated and shaped through three millennia of tumultuous and complex development. The author sees the Jews as a distinct ethnic group, rising from anthropological and sociological sources in ancient times. Then, mulled in part by interaction with other societies, the Jews developed a unique and persistent culture, behaviour pattern, and mindset. He regards Jewish history as embracing all people regarded by themselves or others as Jews and argues that there is a distinctive Jewish sense and sensibility that apparent among Jews are similar to other cultures and converted to other religions, as well as among those who have remained loyal to traditional religion. -- front fold over blurb. First Edition 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. Black Cloth Green Boards. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Judaica.

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