Aaron 'speaks' of a Jewish boy who loses himself, and even in a sense his own parentage in Israel just before the WWII and then, many years later, 'finds' himself in America, with the help of a wonderful woman. It 'speaks' of love and family and the values we have lost along the way in this world of progress...
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