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The Principal of Rivington Street

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A short story of Jewish fiction that takes place in 1920s New york. The entertainers are actual vaudeville characters. Both serious and humorous, the protagonist attempts to change his destiny.
15 pages
Published (first published August 1st 2009)
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Harry Freedman
Dec 07, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Who by fire and who by water? What do you do when you are both driven by a dream and haunted by a premonition? The Principal of Rivington Street has to decide which to follow. In a short, beautifully crafted cameo Henry Mazel presents us with a stark choice- follow the dream notwithstanding the fear of where it may end, or stick with what we have? An excellent read.
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