The Golem, As Told By by Elie Wiesel
For Centuries, Jews have remembered the Golem, a creature of clay said to have been given life by the mystical incantations of the mysterious Maharal, Rabbi Yehuda Loew, leader of the Jewish community of 16-century Prague.
In this beautiful book, Elie Wiesel has collected many of the legends associated with this enigmatic and eluisive figure and retold them as seen throughn the eyes of a wizened gravedigger who claims to have witnessed as a child the numerous miracles that legend attributes to the Golem. Illustrated by Mark Podwal.
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Available in hardcover from Amazon.