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Jews Without Money by Michael Gold
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May 29, 12

Read from March 30 to April 16, 2012

This book was so lyrically written and a bit disjointed, but that's part of its charm. I was immersed in the culture of the New York City tenements and Jewish neighborhood... I fell in love with prostitutes and little boys and old, religious men that sold umbrellas. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

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03/30/2012 page 150
45.0% "This autobiographical work is so vivid and it's amazing to consider the context; this book was printed and distributed in Nazi Germany in the mid 1930s. The stories about the mother and the father are my favorites so far!"

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