The first part of this biography is written from a unique vantage point - the gadol's mother. Rebbetzin Sara Finkel, herself a noted and beloved personality as well as a gifted writer, shares with us her memories of a beloved son whom she nurtured and watched grow into a gadol ha'dor. In the second part, Rabbi Yehuda Heimowitz, a respected author and a talmid of Rav Nosson Tzvi, examines the Rosh Yeshiva's life and incredible accomplishments - achieved by a man suffering from a debilitating disease.
With more than 100 photographs, many of them rare, and based on dozens of interviews with family members, talmidim, and rabbanim who worked together with him, this is a biography that is at the same time comprehensive and touching, carefully-researched and unbelievably moving: a fitting, multi-faceted tribute to a multi-faceted gadol b'Torah.
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