A plague of dreamers: three novellas
Three novellas about the Pinch, a forgotten Jewish community in a backwater of Memphis, Tennessee, weaves a tapestry of lives scarred by the past and transformed by the promise of assimilation and the sacrifices of preceding generations.
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A PLAGUE OF DREAMERS: Three NovellasUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Another beguiling dispatch from the Pinch—Memphis's Jewish ghetto—in the form of an intricate generational tale preceded by two curtain-raisers. The first story, ``Zelig Rifkin and the Tree of ... Read full review
A plague of dreamers: three novellasUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
A talented writer of fiction and Judaica, Stern has earned both an O. Henry Prize and a Pushcart Writer's Choice Award. These anachronistic novellas, which are set in 1920s Tennessee in the "forgotten ... Read full review