There are good times and bad, joy and sadness, excitement and irony as Solomon Chaim and his loyal slave, Tobias Tuvia Solomons do their best to perform upon a stage set for them by the Almighty.
This riveting account of the genesis of American racial inequality portrays slavery in the traditional Biblical model, which ennobles self-realizaiton. It considers the master as duty-bound as his servants, in contrast to the dehumanizing practices of the time. Crafted with meticulous historical research and attention to the politics of slavery of early 19th century, interwoven with the Torah's laws regarding the humane treatment of slaves. It is a must read for everyone.