Monday, September 24, 2007

The Exchanged Children

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For those who haven't seen it yet, we recommend Rabbi Erez Moshe Doron's commentary on Rebbe Nachman's story, "The Exchanged Children." The English version was published by Breslov Research Institute, and can be purchased here. Of course, we're a little bit biased because Yehudis was the translator, and she says that she needs the zechus of having as many people as possible read it. We're not talking about financial compensation here, either.
Enjoy, let us know what you thought.

3 comments:

A Simple Jew said...

I read this book and thought it was fantastic. I certainly recommend it to others.

bresloveLee said...

Baruch Hashem! I have found the translator of this book. My daughter and were reading it on the way to shul here in Irvine, California. We were both struck by the incredible quality of the translation. I am sure the original writing is great but to bring that out in a translation is an amazing accomplishment. Thank you so much for doing a remarkable job.

yehudis golshevsky said...

breslovlee:
Thank you so much for the chizuk. I really did enjoy working on the book--it is an excellent commentary on the story. I hope that one of these days Rav Doron will publish more of his thoughts on the others.
I once knew a young woman from Irvine who married a Breslover; she went to Neve and I can remember her face but not her name. Any connection?