Contributor biographical information for Seven pillars of Jewish denial : Shekinah, Wagner, and the politics of the small / Kim Chernin.

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Kim Chernin is the author of fifteen previous books of fiction and nonfiction, including memoir, poetry, psychological studies, and a psychosociological and religious study of women's search for self. A counselor and consultant with a private practice in Berkeley, California, her most recent work is the novel The Girl Who Went and Saw and Came Back.

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Chernin, Kim.
Chernin, Kim -- Family.
Authors, American -- 20th century.
Jews -- United States.
Wagner, Richard, -- 1813-1883.
Arab-Israeli conflict.