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Sheer loneliness drove many of them back to the U.S. or Canada with faded
dreams." One hundred and twenty people showed up for the November 12
meeting. "It seemed as though people kept coming and coming," said Breslau. "
"Is there no anti-Semitism in Canada?" "Yes. Of course. But if it was once a big
problem, that's no longer the case." "What if there was another Holocaust, this
time in America, would you come to live here then?" "Are you serious?" "Would
I am a Canadian, born and bred, brought up not only on Hillel, Rabbi Akiba, and
Rashi, but also on blizzards, Andrew Allan's CBC Radio "Stage" series, a crazed
Maurice Richard skating in over the blue line, Leacock's Literary Lapses, wild ...
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Starts off a little slow, but builds up to a strong, emotional ending. The slow start helps to create the feeling that you have read a story covering a man's entire life.
Review: Barney's VersionUser Review - Shelby - Goodreads
This book was tough to get into at first because the references initially are from before my time- it starts off with Barney as a young man in the 1950s/60s. However I am SO glad I pushed through ... Read full review