Mrs Trager's book, while containing all these questions in embryonic shape, for the stimulation of the thinker, is yet written with a simplicity and charm that should make it a favourite reading-book: a genre of literature of which the Anglo-Jewish community possesses as yet only the Apples and honey of Mrs Redcliffe Salaman. Christians should be equally entranced by this picture of the latest development of the people whom they first met in the Bible. The present book needs to be supplemented by one giving a comprehensive survey of things as they are to-day in Palestine.
Part I - The First Venture - Circa 1880
Chapter I The Gate of Hope
Chapter II The Return
Chapter III Baron Rothschild in the Colony
Chapter IV We visit our Neighbours
Chapter V New Ideas
Chapter VI Festival Time
Chapter VII Votes for Women
Chapter VIII The New Doctor
Chapter IX The Working Party
Chapter X A Harvest Love-Story
Chapter XI The House-Warming
Chapter XII The Arab Attack on the Colony
Part II A Second Visit - Circa 1911
Chapter I First Impressions
Chapter II Visiting Friends
Chapter III A Sabbath and Some Reminiscences
Chapter IV Shmuel
Chapter V A Dream Fulfilled
Chapter VI The Feast of First Fruit
Chapter VII A Judean Romance
Chapter VIII The Firebrand
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