The Source; a Novel - The Tell, pp. 1019-1088 Summary & Analysis

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The Tell, pp. 1019-1088 Summary

Vered is still in Chicago giving lectures in November 1964. He looks at news clippings send by Zodman and realizes how much he misses her. There is news that Eliav has been offered a cabinet position.

A widow, Zipporah Zederbaum, comes to Cullinane with a problem. She wants to marry, but under Jewish law must have the permission of her dead husband's brother, who will not give permission. Cullinane asks Eliav for help in the matter. They discuss the circumstances of the case and look at other cases and the Talmud.

Eliav also explains how, under Israeli law, he and Vered would have to marry in Cyprus and return to Israel to live in sin. He also explains that Vered is divorced and he has to obey Jewish law to be in the Cabinet. Cullinane tells Eliav that...

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