Julia Neuberger

Standard Name: Neuberger, Julia


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Literary responses Sybille Bedford
Jigsaw was shortlisted for the Booker Prize.
Bedford, Sybille. Jigsaw. Penguin, 1999.
David R. Slavitt described it in the Chicago Tribune as a splendid book, lucid, balanced, humane and civilized. He called the picture of the mother enchanting and...
Literary responses Ann Bridge
This book won the Atlantic Monthly Prize, of $10,000 US, which the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography translates to £3,500 at the conversion rates of the time, and which was urgently needed for children's school...
Publishing G. B. Stern
The latter title dates from the first US edition, 1925. The Virago edition of 1987 has an introduction by Julia Neuberger . This work (dedicated to John Galsworthy ) was followed by A Deputy was...
Publishing Amy Levy
AL had requested for it a binding like that of The Aspern Papers: double gold lines and dark cloth very nicely got up, but dark red instead of the James volume's blue.
Beckman, Linda Hunt. Amy Levy: Her Life and Letters. Ohio University Press, 2000.
Textual Production Elizabeth Jane Howard
EJH published Slipstream: A Memoir, which Rabbi Julia Neuberger reported to be truly fascinating.
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop.
Neuberger, Julia. “Rabbi Julia Neuberger’s Bedside Table”. Mslexia, p. 62.


Rabbi Julia Neuberger published a book entitled Whatever's Happening to Women? Promises, Practices, and Payoffs.