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The Invisible Wall by Harry Bernstein
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Mar 12, 09


Harry Bernstein is an intriguing storyteller- he brings the reader in until you feel a part of his family. His is a story of growing up in the face of prejudice- he lives on a street where his family and the rest of the Jewish families live on one side and the Christian families live on the other. Even though they are all poor and living in hardship, they let their religious differences separate them. Of course scandal occurs when love blossoms across the streets........
His lesson is one that the world is still learning: people are all the same, no matter what our religion, skin color, political views, etc......It all comes down to the fact that each one of us is just trying to take care of our same basic needs of food, shelter, clothing, and love.
His true story is heartwrenching as well as heartwarming- a wonderful novel- I was very sorry to finish it!
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