An Intellectual And Emotional Jigsaw Puzzle Of A Novel For Readers Of A S Byatt S Possession And Geraldine Brooks S People Of The Book.Set In London Of The 1660s And Of The Early Twenty First Century, The Weight Of Ink Is The Interwoven Tale Of Two Women Of Remarkable Intellect Ester Velasquez, An Emigrant From Amsterdam Who Is Permitted To Scribe For A Blind Rabbi, Just Before The Plague Hits The City And Helen Watt, An Ailing Historian With A Love Of Jewish History As The Novel Opens, Helen Has Been Summoned By A Former Student To View A Cache Of Seventeenth Century Jewish Documents Newly Discovered In His Home During A Renovation Enlisting The Help Of Aaron Levy, An American Graduate Student As Impatient As He Is Charming, And In A Race With Another Fast Moving Team Of Historians, Helen Embarks On One Last Project To Determine The Identity Of The Documents Scribe, The Elusive Aleph Electrifying And Ambitious, Sweeping In Scope And Intimate In Tone, The Weight Of Ink Is A Sophisticated Work Of Historical Fiction About Women Separated By Centuries, And The Choices And Sacrifices They Must Make In Order Reconcile The Life Of The Heart And Mind.
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- 576 pages
- The Weight of Ink
- Rachel Kadish
- 20 July 2018 Rachel Kadish