A Different Night Classic edition

A Different Night:
The Family Participation Haggadah — with new
Storytellers Supplement

by Noam Zion and David Dishon
9.5x8.75, now 204 pages, 12 pages color

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STORIES — Table of Contents

  • Guide for the Perplexed Seder Leader
        Noam Zion on infusing your Passover seder with meaning
  • Surprise Guests: What to do with Bob Dylan
    and Marlon Brando at Your Seder
  • Beware of Complaining About Boring Seders
        Steven Greenblatt, The Swerve
  • The Mitzvah to Tell Your Children Your Narrative
        Rabbi Mishael Zion, Jerusalem, 2012
  • Holiday of Free Speech: Pe-Sach = A Speaking Mouth
        Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ehrenreich, Hungary, 1943
  • When I Was a Boy
        Garrison Keillor, Lake Wobegon, MN
  • Our Grandfathers' Shoes
        August Wilson, African American playwright, USA
  • The End of Your Hand-me-down Yeast — Leaven and Levain
        Rabbi Mishael Zion, Jerusalem, 2012
  • Drinking from the Handwashing Cup?
        Daniel Brom, A Memoir of his Grandfather, Chief Rabbi in Luzern, 1930s
  • Back to the Salt Mines: Seder Dipping and the Holocaust
        Jonathan Lyons, Memoir of his Mother, Germany and Auschwitz, 1943-1945
  • Chopped Liver: The Bread of Poverty in Argentina
        Rebbetzin Gachi Waingortin, A Memoir of her Grandparents in Argentina, 1910
  • The Bread of Deception
        Athens, Greece, 1944
  • Eating Raw Onions at the Seder
        An Israeli Teacher, 1980
  • Seder in Naples With the U.S. Army
        Lieutenant General Mark W. Clark, Italy, April 1944
  • We Are One
        Rabbi Dov Greenberg, Chabad House, Stanford University, CA, 2010
  • ‘Warum,’ No Place for Why
        Primo Levi, Survival at Auschwitz, Auschwitz, 1944
  • Of Questions, Faith and Freedom: A Personal Exodus
        Rabbi John Crites-Borak, USA, 2010, Memoir of a Convert to Judaism
  • Slavery: No Questions Asked
        Maimonides, Laws of Slaves, Chapter 1:6, Egypt, 12th C.
  • Sandy Koufax’s Fateful Question
  • A Diary of Operation Moshe: Bringing Jews from Ethiopia through Sudan to Israel
        Micha Feldman, On the Wings of Eagles:
        The Secret Operation of the Ethiopian Exodus, Ethiopia, 1983-1984
  • The Midwives and Pharaoh’s Daughter were the First Righteous Gentiles
    but not the Last

        Bosnia, 1940’s and 1990’s
  • A Righteous Gentile and a Good Samaritan
        Syria, 1970
  • In Prison with a Prohibited Paperback Haggadah
        Rabbi Bill Berk, Phoenix, USA, Pesach 2001
  • My Personal Exodus
        Rabbi Isaac Abrabanel, Zevakh HaPesach, Spain/Italy, 1437-1508
  • The Button — ‘I Believe in Human Dignity’
        Rabbi Moses B. Sachs, speech delivered in his Minneapolis synagogue
        after his return from Birmingham, Alabama, USA, 1963
  • Esther and the Jewish Beanies:
    The Voter Registration Marches in Selma, Alabama, 1965
  • The Socialist Torah of the American Jewish Labor Movement
        New York, 1880’s-1890’s
  • Yearning to be free? Escape from Freedom
        Professor Michael Walzer, Exodus and Revolution, USA, 1985
  • The Jew is a Dispute Incarnate
        Philip Roth, Operation Shylock, USA, 1993
  • Who is the ‘Wicked’ Son, Father?
        Franz Kafka’s Letter to His Father, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1919
  • Leopold Bloom’s Silly Seder in Dublin
        James Joyce, Ulysses, Ireland, 1922
  • The Rebellious Daughter and Granddaughter
        Rabbi Silvina Chemen, Argentina, early 20th C.
  • Four Daughters
        L’Dor va-Dor: From Generation to Generation, A Women’s Seder Haggadah, USA, 2013
  • Open Doors and the Child Who Does Not Know How to Ask
        Rabbi Steve Sager, Director of Sicha: Continuing the Conversation, sichaconversation.org
  • Loving Our Children and Having Faith In Their Judgment
        Hannah Arendt, U.S. political philosopher, Between Past and Future, 1961
  • Cultivating Gratitude
        Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld, Boston, 2000
  • Miriam’s African Drum and the Birth of Jazz: Drumming for Freedom
        Africa-USA, 18th Century
  • The Silver Ring and the Magen David:
    Souvenirs from a Woman’s Journey during the Pinochet Years

        Deborah Delavegas, Chile, 1970’s-1980’s
  • The African-American Seder Plate: Black-eyed Peas and Pork on the Night of Watching
        Reverend Terrence Autry USA, 2014, Celebrating New Year’s Eve, January 1, 1863
  • Elijah: Opening Doors and Turning Hearts
        Franz Rosenzweig, “The Feast of Freedom” in The Star of Redemption, Germany, 1921
  • President Jimmy Carter, the Secret Service and Elijah
        USA, late 1970’s
  • Next Year a Life of My Own — Seder in the Battered Women’s Shelter
        Shelly Horowitz, Lod, Israel, 2012
  • Next Year in Jerusalem — A Vision of Israel from the Perspective of Washington
        President Barack Obama, Passover, Jerusalem, March 21, 2013 —
        addressed to the Israeli people
  • Hope: The Trials of Patience
        Vaclav Havel, The Art of the Impossible, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1997
  • Next Year in Lod
        Shelly Horowitz, Lod, Israel, 2012
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