Jesus in Modern Hebrew Culture: Jesus for the Destitute

Friday, October 28, 2011 |  Tsvi Sadan

Novelist Gail Hareven was born in Jerusalem in 1959. One of her novels, Lies, First Person, deals with a heavy topic— the existence of pure evil.

The protagonist, Elinor, is brought face to face with “noman,” referring to her cousin Aaron Gotheilf who systematically raped her sister Elisheva and once Elinor herself. While the sisters descend into insanity, the rapist becomes a successful scholar and author.

The two sisters are saved from insanity in two entirely different ways.

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