(From the publisher):
Tracing the lives and aspirations of Russians living in Moscow and Brooklyn, these poignant, sad and funny stories create a luminous new literary world.
In the title story, set during the Second World War, Galina, a gentile, offers refuge to a Jewish friend and her daughter, only to find herself increasingly resentful of their presence in her home. In “Mistress,” a nine-year-old boy, new to America, escorts his grandmother to her weekly doctors’ appointments to interpret her myriad complaints. At the same time, he becomes aware that his grandfather may be involved with another woman. And in “Love Lessons–Mondays, 9 A.M.” a young math teacher assigned to teach a sex education class becomes all too aware that her students are more experienced than she is.
- There Are Jews in My House
- Ovrashki’s Trains
- A Question for Vera
- Love Lessons
- Mondays, 9 A.M.
Original title: There Are Jews in My House
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Ethnic And Multicultural→ Immigrant
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