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By A. Oehme on 07-25-17
Terrible reading - every single name mispronounced
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
The stories are beautiful, but I could not continue listening to the audio book. The names are completely mispronounced. These are Yiddish names or Yiddish versions of names and sound horribly butchered in the audiobook.
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By Debbie on 12-15-15
Mystical, Magical 16th Century Austrian Folk Tale
Taking place in Prague, at that time part of Austria, By Night Under the Stone Bridge, is a rambling, sometimes disjointed, collection of parables telling the story of Emperor Rudolf II and Mordechai, the Jew . . . the narration is mesmerizing, lulling you in, and for me, the very best part . . . as a traveler to Prague, Germany, Austria, and a lover of the old winding cobblestone roads, I could almost see the horse drawn carriages, and imagine the men and women, dressed in worn and shabby clothes, dickering for the best price for goods in the market place.
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