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Kaaterskills Falls (Large Print) (Thorndike Americana)

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Synopsis:

The tiny town of Kaaterskill Falls is where a band of Orthodox Jews and townies live side by side through the summers. In the summer of 1976, devout mother of five daughters Elizabeth Shulman is restless. Though she chafes at the confines her cloistered community imposes, she's well aware of the warmth and security it offers. Her dilemma and that of others is clearly conveyed as Goodman weaves their individual lives into the fabric of the community.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780786218639
Author:
Goodman, Allegra
Publisher:
Thorndike Press
Location:
Thorndike, Me. :
Subject:
General
Subject:
Fiction
Subject:
New york (state)
Subject:
Jews
Subject:
Large type books
Subject:
Religious fiction
Subject:
Jewish women
Subject:
New York
Subject:
Domestic fiction
Subject:
Jewish families
Subject:
Summer resorts
Copyright:
Large Print:
Yes
Series:
Thorndike Americana (Large Print)
Publication Date:
May 1999
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
625
Dimensions:
8.77x5.70x1.17 in. 1.40 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , The tiny town of Kaaterskill Falls is where a band of Orthodox Jews and townies live side by side through the summers. In the summer of 1976, devout mother of five daughters Elizabeth Shulman is restless. Though she chafes at the confines her cloistered community imposes, she's well aware of the warmth and security it offers. Her dilemma and that of others is clearly conveyed as Goodman weaves their individual lives into the fabric of the community.
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