A Womans Wrath part 4

His heart is already sore for his victim, but he is feeling his power over her for the first time, and it has gone to his head. Silly woman! He had never known how easy it was to frighten her.

“That comes of making light of the Torah!” he shouts, and breaks off. After all, she might come to her senses at any moment, and take up (he broom! He springs back to the table, closes the Gemoreh, and hurries out of the room.

“I am going to the house-of-study,” he calls out over his shoulder in 11 milder tone, and shuts the door after him.

The loud voice and the noise of the closing door have waked the sick child. The heavy-lidded eyes open, the waxen face puckers, and there is a peevish wail. But she, beside herself, stands rooted to the spot, and does not hear.

“Ha!” comes hoarsely at last out of her narrow chest. “So that`s it, is it? Neither this world nor the other. Hanging, he says, stoning, burning, beheading, strangling, hanging

A Womans Wrath part 3

He sits and “learns,” unconscious of the charged atmosphere; does not see her let the sock fall and begin wringing her finger-joints; does not see that her forehead is puckered with misery, one eye closed, and the other fixed on him, her learned husband, with a look fit to send a chill through his every limb; does not see her dry lips tremble and her jaw quiver. She controls herself with all her might, but the storm is gathering fury within her. The least thing, and it will explode.

That least thing has happened.

He was just translating a Talmudic phrase with quiet delight, “And thence we derive that—” He was going on with “three,—” but the word “derive” was enough, it was the lighted spark, and her heart was the gunpowder. It was ablaze in an instant. Her determination gave way, the unlucky word opened the flood-gates, and the waters poured through, carrying all before them.

“Derived,’you say, derived? Oh, derived may you be

A Womans Wrath part 2

To her right is the one grimy little window, to her left, the table. She is knitting a sock, rocking the cradle with her foot, and listening to him reading the Talmud at the table, with a tearful, Wallachian, singing intonation, and swaying to and from with a series of nervous jerks.

Some of the words he swallows, others he draws out; now he snaps at a word, and now he skips it; some he accentuates and dwells on lovingly, others he rattles out with indifference, like dried peas out of a bag. And never quiet for a moment.

First, he draws from his pocket a once red and whole handkerchief, and wipes his nose and brow, then he lets it fall into his lap, and begins twisting his ear locks or pulling at his thin, pointed, faintly grizzled beard. Again, he lays a pulled-out hair from the same between the leaves of his book, and slaps his knees. His fingers coming into contact with the handkerchief, they seize it, and throw a comer in between his teeth; he bites it, lays

A Womans Wrath part 1


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The Yiddish writers have developed a striking type of story, based to a certain extent upon modern Russian models, but at the same time rooted in the traditions of Jewish life. During the past few years Yiddish writers have produced many short stories of high merit.

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BookExpo America

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An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all eyes on new books and their authors, North America`s biggest book fair, BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City`s Jacob K. Javits Center. A different `breakfast with writers` kicks off the morning of each of the fair`s three days. What`s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood personalities among the writers taking part. The Children`s Book Writers` Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

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Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let`s face it: There’s nobody quite like Goethe. The dramas, like `Dr. Faustus` and `Gotz von Berlichingen`(The Knight with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer, theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non. With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the 16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student. Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist`s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words. Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people whether they know that language or not.

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Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially, pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her `Dictionary of Ottoman Cuisine`, Priscilla Mary I

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn`t forget about our vegetarian guests among our rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally, Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

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About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

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What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

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