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Every House Needs a Balcony by Rina Frank-Mitrani
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Told through a series of anecdotes that float between past and present this is the story of Rina Frank, a daughter of Romanian immigrants, who grew up in Haifa, Israel in a small, cramped apartment with a narrow balcony from which their entertainment played out around and below them in real life. These are the days of their lives.

Or at least glimpses of them as Rina remembers the people, places and events that coloured her past and influenced her future.

A journey of self discovery, Every House needs a Balcony is a bitter sweet look at the meaning of home and family.
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Arah-Lynda Wow a like, from Stephen. Thank you sir!


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