The First Mrs. Rothchild

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The First Mrs. Rothchild

Aharoni, Sara, author.

Seattle, Wahington : amazon crossing, 2019.

548 pages ; 23 cm.

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An endearing love that shaped one of the most emblematic families in the history of Judaism: the Rothschild family. 1770. From her window in the walled ghetto of Frankfort, young Gutle records in her diary everyday life in the Judengasse, or "Jewish street," as well as her first love for young Mayer Amschel Rothschild. For Mayer, it is clear that he has found the ideal woman, but before he can ask for her hand he must face her father's fierce opposition, make use of his intuition for business, and take advantage of the European nobility's passion for old coins to establish the financial empire that bears his name. In this novel, we witness not only the origin of a prominent family in the history of Europe, but also the private life of an extraordinary woman who, without leaving her home in the Judengasse, was always in tune with the current events of her time: the outbreak of the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, and the alliances and conflicts between the reigning houses of the continent, in a mosaic of geopolitical realities narrated in a thrilling way.

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ISBN:

978-6-07316826-7 (paperback) : $19.95

ISBN:

978-6-07316826-7 (paperback)

Dewey Class No:

892.43/6 23

Author:

Aharoni, Sara, author.

UniformTitle:

Mrs. Rothschild's love. Spanish.

Title:

Sara Aharoni ; traducción del hebreo de Roser Lluch i Oms y Ayeleth Nirpaz. The First Mrs. Rothchild.

Publisher:

Seattle, Wahington : amazon crossing, 2019.

Physical:

548 pages ; 23 cm.

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unmediated n rdamedia.

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Series:

Lumen Narrativa.

Notes:

880-01 Original title in Hebrew: Ahavatah shel geveret Ro¹¹­shild.

Notes:

Translation from Mrs. Rothschild's love.

Summary:

An endearing love that shaped one of the most emblematic families in the history of Judaism: the Rothschild family. 1770. From her window in the walled ghetto of Frankfort, young Gutle records in her diary everyday life in the Judengasse, or "Jewish street," as well as her first love for young Mayer Amschel Rothschild. For Mayer, it is clear that he has found the ideal woman, but before he can ask for her hand he must face her father's fierce opposition, make use of his intuition for business, and take advantage of the European nobility's passion for old coins to establish the financial empire that bears his name. In this novel, we witness not only the origin of a prominent family in the history of Europe, but also the private life of an extraordinary woman who, without leaving her home in the Judengasse, was always in tune with the current events of her time: the outbreak of the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, and the alliances and conflicts between the reigning houses of the continent, in a mosaic of geopolitical realities narrated in a thrilling way.

Subject:

Rothschild, Meyer Amschel,--1744-1812--Fiction.

Subject:

Shnaper, Gu¹¹­el,--1753-1849--Fiction.

Subject:

Rothschild, Meyer Amschel,--1744-1812.

Subject:

1700-1899

Subject:

Jews--Germany--18th century--Fiction.

Subject:

Jews--Germany--19th century--Fiction.

Subject:

Hebrew fiction.

Subject:

Hebrew fiction.

Subject:

Jews.

AE:PersName:

Lluch i Oms, Roser, translator.

AE:PersName:

Nirpaz, Ayeleth, translator.

SAE:UnifrmTitle:

Narrativa (Editorial Lumen)

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