A wider world: portraits in an adolescence

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Harper & Row, 1986 - Family & Relationships - 186 pages
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A poignant memoir of the immigrant experience, recalling with charm the flowering and fears of the author's adolescence in New York during the Depression. A beautifully written sequel to the popular Bronx Primitive.

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In A Wider World: Portraits in an Adolescence , Simon continues the autobiography she began in Bronx Primitive. Kate was a maverick; the daughter of Jewish immigrants in the Bronx in the 1930s, she ... Read full review

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PRELUDE
1
THE MEN
19
THE CHILDREN
34
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