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In The Red Tent Anita Diamant brings the fascinating biblical character of Dinah to vivid life.
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A fictional account of the Biblical story of Dinah, the only daughter of Jacob the Patriarch.
the red tent from books.google.com
A beautiful and thought provoking novel: lost to history by the chronicles of men, here at last is the dazzling story of Dinah, Jacob's only daughter in the Book of Genesis.
the red tent from books.google.com
Follows the growing friendship between fifty-nine-year-old Kathleen, recently diagnosed with breast cancer, and the slightly younger Joyce, increasingly distant from her teenage daughter and struggling to write a second novel.
the red tent from books.google.com
Told against the backdrop of World War I, and written with the same immense emotional impact that has made Diamant's previous novels bestsellers, The Boston Girl is a moving portrait of one woman's complicated life in the early 20th Century ...
the red tent from books.google.com
Personal, inspiring, and often funny, Pitching My Tent displays the warmth, humor, and wisdom that Diamant's legions of fans have come to cherish.
the red tent from books.google.com
In this collection of essays and ritualresources, you will find four complete Red Tent "recipes," circle leadership basics,moontime musings, and readings, quotes, and poems to help you facilitate a rich,inviting, welcoming, creative space ...
the red tent from books.google.com
Rendered in stunning, haunting detail, with Anita Diamant’s keen ear for language and profound compassion for her characters, The Last Days of Dogtown is an extraordinary retelling of a long-forgotten chapter of early American life.
the red tent from books.google.com
There, about 270 men and women await their future and try to recover from their past. Diamant, with infinite compassion and understanding, tells the stories of the women gathered in this place.
the red tent from books.google.com
National Book Award winner: This story of a family torn apart by the Vietnam era is “a magnificent portrayal of two noble men who broke each other’s hearts” (Booklist). James Carroll grew up in a Catholic family that seemed blessed.