My Suburban Shtetl: A Novel about Life in a Twentieth-century Jewish-American Village
Syracuse University Press, 2001 - 171 strani
"Grandpa's been arrested for hitting a Nazi with a salami!" So begins Robert Rand's engaging novel of growing up in Skokie, Illinois, home to one of America's largest communities of Jewish Holocaust survivors and to Rand's alter ego, Bobby Bakalchuk. In 1977 Skokie made news as Nazis sought to march down its main street. The enraged citizens ignited a storm over the First Amendment, spurring Bobby's Grandpa Abe Yellin to the front line armed with an all-beef 100% kosher projectile.
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