Over Yom Tov I read some great books and articles. I hope to share some of them with you over the next couple of weeks.
Perhaps the most compelling book I read was hot off the presses: Strictly Kosher Reading by Yoel Finkelman. Briefly, the purpose of the book is to present an academic study of the fiction and non-fiction reading that is published within the charedi community. Analyzing books for children, adults, women, religions and secular audiences gives the scholar access to the framework of charedi Judaism.
The book posits that charedi Judaism is a conscious effort to recreate a Utopian version of Eastern European orthodox Judaism.
Read More: @ frumsatire.net
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