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The Greatest Everjewish Cartoon Book



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The Greatest Everjewish Cartoon Book by Neil Kerber
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From the spiritual nomadic wanderings into the wilderness through to the hardworking village communities in Poland; from the bustling streets of New York's Lower East Side Jews have always been united by one overriding desire... the need for a really funny cartoon book. Indeed it was widely believed that one of the Ten Commandments was shortened (for lack of space on the stone tablet), and that it originally stated 'Thou shalt not steal thy neighbor's cartoon book, but instead thou shalt buy thine own copy and recommend to all others that they shalt buy their own copies... oh, and thou shalt not commit murder. The unbreakable Jewish spirit, and absolute necessity to keep its people in existence has, for centuries, been a constant struggle against the continous tide of unspeakable evil and prejudice. If this book is the result of Jewish suffering... was it really worth it?
Release date NZ
November 26th, 2001
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Robson Books Ltd
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