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  • Should a Girl Go to a Ball Alone? – Modern Women. – A Companion and a Chaperone. – Rules for Accepting an Invitation to Dance. – Ball Deportment for Girls.
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  • The first selection for the 2019 Great Jewish Books Book Club
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  • An excerpt from Vilne mayn Vilne by Avrom Karpinovitsh, translated by Shimon Joffe
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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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  • One man's lavish monument to his mother
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  • By photographer-novelist Alter Kacyzne, a photograph-in-words of Warsaw in the early twentieth century
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  • An excerpt from Shtot un shtetl, by Sarah Hamer-Jacklyn, translated by Allison Posner
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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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  • An excerpt from Scene Five by H. Leyvik, translated by Motl Didner
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  • written by Sholem Aleichem and translated by Curt Leviant
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