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Fozzie
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Geraldine Brooks Website

I couldn't find where the author's website was included on the discussion board, so here it is:

http://www.geraldinebrooks.com/people.html

Of particular interest to me is the New Yorker article about the Haggadah which is mentioned in the B&N interview. There is a link to it on the page of her website that I link to here.
Laura

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HannibalCat
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Re: Geraldine Brooks Website



Fozzie wrote:
I couldn't find where the author's website was included on the discussion board, so here it is:

http://www.geraldinebrooks.com/people.html

Of particular interest to me is the New Yorker article about the Haggadah which is mentioned in the B&N interview. There is a link to it on the page of her website that I link to here.




Thanks for putting that up. It was a great site and lots of information. I have never read Geraldine Brooks before, but after reading half this book and the reviews of her other books I am going to get more.
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Peppermill
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Re: Haggadah links

Not easy to see, but for more pictures from the Haggadah, try this site:

http://www.talmud.de/sarajevo/einstieg.htm

Choose "weiter" at the bottom for more scenes.



Fozzie wrote:
I couldn't find where the author's website was included on the discussion board, so here it is:

http://www.geraldinebrooks.com/people.html

Of particular interest to me is the New Yorker article about the Haggadah which is mentioned in the B&N interview. There is a link to it on the page of her website that I link to here.


"Seize the moments of happiness, love and be loved! That is the only reality in the world, all else is folly. It is the one thing we are interested in here." -- Leo Tolstoy
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Fozzie
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Re: Haggadah links



Peppermill wrote:
Not easy to see, but for more pictures from the Haggadah, try this site:

http://www.talmud.de/sarajevo/einstieg.htm

Choose "weiter" at the bottom for more scenes.




I had no trouble seeing these.  Take a look!
Laura

Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.
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jamisha12
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Re: Geraldine Brooks Website

YEA I KNW GERALDINE YEA ITS COOL.
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