Fifty Jewish Women Who Changed The World (Paperback)
|Author: Deborah G./ Rosen Felder|
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|- Molly Picon, beloved star of the Yiddish Theater, Broadway, and Hollywood, blazed a trail for women in the entertainment industry.|
- Gertrude Stein not only declared "rose is a rose is a rose is a rose," but championed Picasso and other avant-garde painters and writers to shape the direction of twentieth-century art.
- Housewife and journalist Betty Friedan penned The Feminine Mystique and kicked off a revolution called Women's Lib.
- Anne Frank, hiding from the Nazis in an attic in Holland, created the diary that taught us all about the shining wonder of a girl's spirit.
From the Publisher:
Offers detailed profiles of fifty Jewish women who have played a key role in world history, including women from every walk of life, from biblical figures to modern-day activists, including Ruth, Anne Frank, Betty Friedan, Gold aMeir, Emma Lazarus, Emma Goldman, Barbra Strisand, and others.