Theodor Herzl

Theodor Herzl

by Norman H. Finkelstein

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School Library Journal - School Library Journal
Gr 6-9-- This well-written, well-researched revision (Watts, 1987) opens with a description of Herzl's reburial in Israel. Finklestein portrays his subject as a complex, intense man ultimately driven by the desire to establish a Jewish homeland. He dedicated his life to this concept, exploring political and economic possibilities that are described in detail. Black-and-white photographs provide an added dimension, enhancing the narrative and furnishing supplementary information. The text appears to be essentially unchanged; some of the photographs--and the cover--are different; the format is more open. --Susan Kaminow, Arlington County Public Library, VA

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Scholastic Library Publishing
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