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Steinberg, Milton (foreword by Chaim Potok.) AS A DRIVEN LEAF. Behrman House, (1977.)

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Trade paperback. Novel of early Jewish history, originally published in 1939. Potok describes its central drama as being the conflict between religious and pagan ideas, between faith and reason, as experienced by the early Talmudic sage, Elisha ben Abuyah. 480 pages. Good overall - rubbing and wear to covers, prev owner's name stamp. .ISBN # 0-87441-1033 

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