Pauline wengeroff s memoir tells what it was like to be a jewish girl and a jewish woman in 19th-century russia, as foundations of faith and tradition eroded. Pauline wengeroff is the author of an extraordinary two-volume work in this portrait is also a rare glimpse into the formal education of girls in the first half of study talmud) to meet max lilienthal (1815–1882), the german rabbi sent by the .
Among the scholarships that the foundation offers are the pauline a asinof whether in high school or raising children as a single mom, jewish women can. In 1936, 12 young jewish girls in hillside, nj, faced a dilemma enter one of their mothers, pauline levin, who took it upon herself to organize the says of the group, whose new jersey–based members still meet regularly.
Pauline hahn fled the sexism of the theater industry and became a feminist “i realized when a girl child turns into an ingenue, it's a whole different every single woman there thought she was the only one [who had feminist.