In My Father's Court by Isaac Bashevis Singer

The book is a collection of autobiographical stories that offer a poignant glimpse into the childhood of the narrator in the Jewish quarter of Warsaw before World War II. Through a series of vivid vignettes, the reader is introduced to a world rich with tradition, characterized by the colorful inhabitants of a bustling neighborhood. The narrator's father, a rabbi, presides over a rabbinical court where a variety of human conflicts and moral dilemmas are brought for resolution. These tales weave together the fabric of a community bound by faith and custom, while exploring themes of faith, justice, and the complexities of human nature.

The 5997th greatest book of all time


Published
1966
Nationality
Polish
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Yiddish

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