Author(s): Maurice Friedman
Martin Buber's Life and Work is a complete reprint of Maurice Friedman's monumental three-volume biography. Friedman covers Buber's life from his work on I and Thou to the challenges of Nazi Germany and prewar Palestine. He charts Buber's activities on behalf of Jewish-Arab rapprochement, his dialogue with Dag Hammarskjold, and comments on the philosopher's last years, his death, and his legacy to world Jewry.
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