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Rabon provides an "unsentimental portrait of Eastern European Jewish life, with none of the Shubert Alley schmaltz of "Fiddler on the Roof" or the mythopoetic grandeur of Isaac Bashevis Singer's fictions" ("New York Newsday"). The eerie power of this book lies in its unerringly accurate depiction of human frailty.

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