New York, NY Twelve, 2012
With contributions from celebrated Jewish writers including David Remnick, Jonathan Safran Foer, and Dahlia Lithwick, provides an overview of the most influential Jewish figures in sports, from Howard Cosell to Sandy Koufax.
LibraryThing member bostonian71
An idiosyncratic collection of essays, most rather short, and several don't fit the classic definition of either Jew or Jock. But the book did grow on me, even if I still don't think a competitive eater belongs among the sportsmen and sportswomen.
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