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Prager. . .[W]ritten with humor, whimsy, and an engaging sensitivity to literary nuance. But. . .aims for more than entertainment. . . .what is desperately needed is an articulation of Jewish distinctiveness. . . .Cahill. . .misleads those who may be truly seeking to understand where the Jews come from and how, as Jews, they can best carry their traditions forward into the future.