By Joseph L (Ed) Baron

Jewish stories through Gentile Authors.

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He was a stern and just man. He punished me, although I was his brother-in-law, and on account of my offense I had to remain in school until evening, a frightful disgrace. This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only. com << Chapter >> HOW I BECAME A FRIEND OF THE JEWS Home | TOC 17 In the evening, my mother subjected me to a cross-examination. She had a golden heart, but was as strict as a soldier. She asked why I had been detained at school. I told her with indignation about the injustice done to me, for I knew of a certainty that the “h” was a consonant.

The particular version reproduced here is from the anonymous translation of the Decameron, Hartford, Silas Andrus & Son, 1848. This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only. com << Chapter >> Home | TOC This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only. com << Chapter >> Home | TOC A TALE OF THREE RINGS S ALADIN was so brave and great a man that he had raised himself from an inconsiderable person to be Sultan of Babylon and had gained many victories over both the Turkish and Christian princes.

But while he was returning from the graveyard he was overcome with extreme weariness. He felt unwell, he breathed feverishly and heavily, he could hardly stand on his feet. His brain was full of unaccustomed thoughts. He remembered again that he had never taken pity on Marfa and never caressed her. The fifty-two years during which they had lived in the same cabin stretched back to eternity, yet in the whole of that eternity he had never thought This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only.

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