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Tomorrow May Be Too Late/

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Tomorrow May Be Too Late
An assimilated journalist's involvement in the notorious Dreyfus trial reunites him with his Jewish heritage.

By Chana Stavsky Rubin (Author) 
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Catalog #: TOMP
ISBN-10: 0899066208
ISBN-13: 9780899066202
Binding: Paperback / Pages: 232
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches / Weight: 0.95 LBS
Published: by Tamar Press

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It was the best of times.

Or so it seemed.

Jews in 19th century France thought that their exile was over. They were Frenchmen and proud of it, part of society and untroubled by the persecutions their grandmothers had told them about.

Pierre Rousseau was an aspiring young journalist whose Jewish roots had withered. He, too, was a good and accepted Frenchman -- or so he thought. He was hired by an Orthodox Jewish publisher -- a rare anachronism in those days. The publisher was an Orthodox Jew, and so was his young daughter.

Then came the cataclysm. A Jewish officer in the French Army was accused of treason. Court-martialed. Convicted. Disgraced. Condemned to Devil’s Island. And suddenly, anti-Semitism exploded as virulently as a Ukrainian Pogrom.

It was a revelation to Pierre Rousseau, and it changed his life. He plunged into the fray to defend the falsely convicted officer. And he began to search for his roots and to breathe new vigor into personal Jewishness.

In this gripping historical novel, all three strands come together: the assimilated journalist, the Orthodox publisher and his daughter, and the framed Jewish officer. This is an exciting tale of intrigue, courage, idealism, and growth. It’s a great, real and moving lesson of Jewish eternity.

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About the Author:

Chana Stavsky Rubin made her name as a brilliant educator in a leading girls high school. She began to write as a post script to a successful career, and she brings to it the sophistication and sensitivity that has won her a host of admirers.

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