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Cahill's 'Gifts' honors Judaism

Talking to a stranger in an Irish pub, Thomas Cahill learned to keep quiet about books he has in the works. "What do you do?" he asked the man beside him. "I'm a writer." "What have you written?" "I haven't written anything." Cahill told the story to a gathering at a bookstore in Los Angeles who asked about his own plans for a series of books he has in the works. His latest, "The Gifts of the Jews" (Doubleday), is the second in the set called "Hinges of History."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/07/11/ent_233071.shtml
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Cahill's 'Gifts' honors Judaism

Talking to a stranger in an Irish pub, Thomas Cahill learned to keep quiet about books he has in the works. "What do you do?" he asked the man beside him. "I'm a writer." "What have you written?" "I haven't written anything." Cahill told the story to a gathering at a bookstore in Los Angeles who asked about his own plans for a series of books he has in the works. His latest, "The Gifts of the Jews" (Doubleday), is the second in the set called "Hinges of History."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/07/11/ent_233151.shtml
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