Despite their forced public Catholicism, some 15th-century conversos doggedly kept Jewish ritual practice alive—a family odyssey.
Four hundred years after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain, a British travel writer was able to discover the true, secret identity of a. . .
In Catalonia, Spain, the scene of centuries of Jewish hopes and achievement, a student of Jewish history is beset by a torrent of emotions. (1981)