The daughter of a nonbelieving Jewish mother and a nonbelieving
gentile father--dedicated Communists both--Davita Chandal, growing up
as the world suffers through the Spanish Civil War and World War II,
turns to Judaism for consolation and spiritual sustenance.
Chaim Potok, trained as a rabbi and an editor, became an international
success with his beloved first novel, The Chosen, and over the
following thirty-odd years he gave us many other memorable works,
both fiction and nonfiction. He died on July 23, 2002.
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