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  • Surviviors, by Chava Rosenfarb, is the second selection in the 2017 Great Jewish Books Book Club. Here's a sampling of some thoughts about the book, from members taking part in the club's Facebook group.
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  • "Grace Paley was a great writer and a magnificent human being."
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  • Mit a hartsikn dank—our heartfelt thanks to our donors
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  • The story of Samson and Delilah, if its setting were the streets of Warsaw, and Samson were a well-built poultry dealer
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  • An original translation of a Mendele holiday story. Stay for the O.Henry-esque twist
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  • The prologue and first chapter of Sholem Aleichem's classic Jewish romance, newly translated by Daniel Kennedy
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  • A village parable from the often-political writer Itsik Kipnis. Illustration from this story, as published in the volume A ber iz gefloygn (A Bear Took Flight).
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  • The unfinished final chapter of Motl, the Cantor's Son, the last thing Sholem Aleichem ever wrote, newly translated by Larry Rosenwald
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  • An excerpt from A rege fun emes by Blume Lempel, translated by Ellen Cassedy and Yermiyahu Ahron Taub
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  • Discussion and commentary from our members
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