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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780672519178. Release Date:January 1973.
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Proud Zion, by Hans Habe, translated by Anthony Vivis. A report ‘on the meaning and quality of life in modern Israel. Of Thomas Roving, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the world of art in general.
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Hans Habe is a veteran novelist who's not afraid to let loose. This book describes his first visit to Israel (in 1970), the last preserve of sanity for ""an extremist moderate"" like himself. Girls are ""still capable of blushing"" and students ""want to learn, not to lecture.
Hans Habe (February 12, 1911, Budapest – September 29, 1977, Locarno) was a Hungarian and American writer and newspaper publisher. From 1941, he held United States citizenship
Hans Habe (February 12, 1911, Budapest – September 29, 1977, Locarno) was a Hungarian and American writer and newspaper publisher. From 1941, he held United States citizenship. He was also known by such pseudonyms as Antonio Corte, Frank Richard, Frederick Gert, John Richler, Hans Wolfgang, and Alexander Holmes". Habe was born as János Békessy in Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Among his books are Crisis and Covenant and Judaism in the Modern World. A recipient of the Herzl Prize, his works include Poisoned Stream and Proud Zion. ROBERT McAFEE BROWN is Professor Emeritus of Theology and Ethics at the Pacific School of Religion. He also taught at Union Theological Seminary, Macalester College, and Stanford University. His most noted book, The Mission, is a documentary novel on the Evian Conference in 1938, which sought to deal with the refugee problem resulting from Nazi persecutions.
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Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill (1973)