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A collection of short stories features everyday Jewish men in Chicago who confront life-defining moments during complex love affairs, unspoken rivalries, and family triumphs.

Title The love song of A. Jerome Minkoff and other stories Joseph Epstein.
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Publisher Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Creation Date 2010
Content The love song of A. Jerome Minkoff -- Casualty -- Janet Natalsky and the life of art -- You could also love a rich girl -- Gladrags & kicks -- No good deed -- The philosopher and the checkout girl -- What friends are for -- Danny Montoya -- Under new management -- Beyond the pale -- My brother Eli -- Bartlestein's first fling -- Kuperman awaits ecstasy.
Format 260 pages
22 cm.
Language English
Identifier ISBN9780618721955
System Number 990028031630205171

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