“Edward’s Humor” and More

Humor, Word Play, Personae, Memoirs, Interpretation

by Edward R. Levenson


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Softcover
$19.99
Hardcover
$29.99
E-Book
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/25/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781524579784
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781524579791
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781524579777

About the Book

“Edward’s Humor” and More: Humor, Word Play, Personae, Memoirs, and Interpretation contains writings in the five different categories. Each one contains respective elements of the other four. “Edward,” the main persona of Edward in his nuclear family when he was growing up, gained no fewer than seventeen additional personae in the course of the enrichment of his life. The pieces in Word Play range from the flippant, to the semiserious, to the intellectual. Interpretation has two parts: insights about material from twenty-five Sabbath portions of the week in the five books of Moses and an innovative approach to the relationships of the members of the Hebrew “first family.” Interpretation extends to the essay in his Memoirs section “Three Jewish Women in This Bridge Called My Back.” The book has something for everyone—from grades nine to twelve to adults.


About the Author

“EDWARD’S HUMOR,” AND MORE─HUMOR, WORD PLAY, PERSONAE, MEMOIRS, AND INTERPRETATION contains writings in the five different categories. Each one contains respective elements of the other four. “Edward,” the main persona of Edward in his nuclear family when he was growing up, gained no fewer than seventeen additional personae in the course of the enrichment of his life. The pieces in Word Play range from the flippant, to the semi-serious, to the intellectual. Interpretation has two parts: insights about material from twenty-five Sabbath Portions of the Week in the Five Books of Moses, and an innovative approach to the relationships of the members of the Hebrew “First Family.” Interpretation extends to the essay in his Memoirs section, “Three Jewish Women in This Bridge Called My Back.” The book has something for everyone─from Grades 9-12 to Adult.