The Lion's Way
This is the compelling saga of men and women torn between family and tradition, ambition and fame, passion and need...a story of the troubled and talented Daniel Kirschbaum, whose struggle to rise above his poor immigrant heritage becomes the driving force in his life.
Paperback, 720 pages
Published June 1st 1987 by Zebra
(first published 1981)
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I began by learning about Tay Sachs, opera and Jewish Americans but, ultimately, the lessons from The Lion's Way stemmed from the growth of a selfish, one-dementional man into someone whose flaws could be overcome to live a life approaching greatness and honor.