In the storm

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, Apr 3, 1984 - Fiction - 220 pages
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Three families of Jews who share the same address in Kiev--a rich businessman, his Orthodox wife, and medical student daughter, an assimilated, anti-Zionist pharmacist and his son, and a poor shoemaker and his sons--become caught in the turmoil of the 190

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Some predictable passages. However Sholom Aleichem remains on my list of favourite authors. His wonderful sense of humour comes through even in a story about the Russian pogroms at the turn of the century. Sounds discordant, but it works. Read full review


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