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Farewell España

The World of the Sephardim Remembered
Sachar, Howard Morley (Book - 1995)
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With the same formidable scholarship and bravura storytelling that he brought to his classic 'The Course of Modern Jewish History', Howard M Sachar follows the Jews to Spain and Portugal across twelve centuries and three continents. In doing so, he translates the stuff of Jewish legend into a major work of Jewish History.
Authors: Sachar, Howard Morley, 1928-
Title: Farewell España
the world of the Sephardim remembered
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, 1995
Characteristics: xii, 439 p. :,maps ;,21 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Howard M. Sachar
ISBN: 9780679738466
0679738460
Branch Call Number: 946.0049 S1211f 1995
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. [391]-410) and index
Subject Headings: Spain Ethnic relations Sephardim History Jews Spain History
Topical Term: Sephardim
Jews
LCCN: 93039501
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“The Jews of Spain, integrated into Arab culture since the 10th century, flourished under Islamic and subsequent Christian rule, becoming scientists, poets, merchants and farmers despite periodic outbursts of Christian fanaticism and conversionary pressure. Expelled from Spain in 1492, Sephardic ... Read More »

“The Jews of Spain, integrated into Arab culture since the 10th century, flourished under Islamic and subsequent Christian rule, becoming scientists, poets, merchants and farmers despite periodic outbursts of Christian fanaticism and conversionary pressure. Expelled from Spain in 1492, Sephardic ... Read More »


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