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Old Men at Midnight by Chaim Potok
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A depressing and sometimes disturbing study of memories from the past and their ability to haunt the future. A collection of three different stories based around Ilana Davita Dinn. Each one probes into aspects of WW I, and WW II from a Jewish perspective.

I would've given this book more stars, except I struggled with the third story. If you are fan of Potok's, don't expect this to be The Chosen.

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