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Letters from Rifka

Summary: Essay provides a brief discussion regarding the novel "Letters from Rifka" by Karen Hesse.
Throughout weeks I have read a book called Letters from Rifka. This is a great book. It is about a girl, Rifka, who writes to her cousin, Tovah, about her journey to America. Rifka and her family must escape to America or else they will be killed for fleeing the country if caught because they are Jewish. This book is all about her trials and tribulations of her years during the journey. Her family leaves to join her older brothers in America, Asher, Isaac, and Reuben. If you read it I think you'd like it.

In this story, Rifka and her family must hide in a train as a first step to their journey to America. Unfortunately, Rifka must help her family get out of the country by using her looks and wits. You see, most Jews have brown hair and brown eyes, but Rifka has blonde...

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