<strong> From Library Journal This volume opens with a discussion of the history of Morocco's Jewish communities, followed by fascinating reminiscences from two Moroccan Jews.
<P> An informative and important chapter on "The Kabbalah in Morocco" is included, and Mann, the organizer of the show for which this volume serves as catalog, contributes an illuminating chapter titled "Memory, Mimesis, Realia." The book's diverse texts, which intermingle thoughts on the customs of Morocco's Jews and the works created by the country's Jewish artists and artisans, precede a full descriptive catalog that includes beautiful, detailed photographs and informative entries on textiles, jewelry, ceramics, and much more. <P> The essays make this volume a crucial component of the show as well as its faithful record. For all art libraries as well as collections in Jewish and Islamic culture. "Evocative . [an] intense trip through the Moroccan past". Published at sixty dollars. </strong>
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