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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; 354 pp. Brown cloth over boards with gold lettering on spine. (Rabbi) Slonim was ordained a rabbi in 1937 and served for 50 years in various Toronto congregations, the most notable of which was the McCaul Street Synagogue. He also served as the associate editor for the Toronto Telegram and often travelled to the Middle East on assignment. Essentially a memoir but with a difference. Slonim speaks to all with the same voice in his continuing efforts to promote understanding and knowledge between peoples who are often at odds with each other. Illustrated with six pages of black and white photographs and two of reproductions. Other than a slight spine lean (the book is mildly cocked), the condition is near fine.
Title: To Kill a Rabbi.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., ECW Press: 1987
ISBN Number: 0920763995
ISBN Number 13: 9780920763995
Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 17418
Keywords: Toronto Ontario Canada Canadiana Judaism Jewish Jews McCaul Street Synagogue Beth Tzedec