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From the PublisherThere's no sentimentality in the characterization—even Rebecca's dad surprises her—and the history is well researched. Most compelling, though, is Rebecca's personal struggle with faith, friendship, and loyalty.
The complexity of different approaches to Judaism is dramatized in this large and loving family whose difficulties are typical of immigrants to the US and Canada in the early 20th century.
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