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A Kosher Christmas : 'tis the season to be Jewish

Author: Johua Eli Plaut
Publisher: New Brunswick (N.J.) : Rutgers University Press, cop. 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Johua Eli Plaut
ISBN: 9780813553795 0813553792 9780813553801 0813553806 9780813553818 0813553814
OCLC Number: 847549895
Description: xvii, 207 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents: Coping with Christmas: a multitude of Jewish responses ; Coming to the New World: can the American Jew keep Christmas? ; Hanukkah comes of age: the new Jewish Christmas ; We eat Chinese food on Christmas ; "'Twas the night before Hanukkah" : remaking Christmas through parody and popular culture ; The Christmas Mitzvah: 'tis the season to be giving ; Chrismukkah and Festivus: holidays for the rest of us ; Menorahs next to Madonnas: shaping the future of Christmas in America.
Responsibility: Joshua Eli Plaut.
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A Kosher Christmas; is a richly amusing, well-researched present to American Jews, allowing them to wear their new cashmere sweaters to Chinese restaurants on Christmas day without being racked by Read more...

 
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