The Gates of November: Chronicles of the Slepak Family Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Intro and Prologue

• In the Introduction, Potok discusses how modern day Russia was first colonized by Finnish and Slavic tribes in the 8th century.

• The first Scandinavian Russ created Kievan Russia and founded Kiev as the leading city.

• Jews thrived near the Black Sea during the 3rd century before the Common Era.

• Jews on the Black sea were persecuted by the Greek Orthodox Church of Byzantium during the 1st century of the Common Era and fled to Armenia and Georgia.

• Russian saw Jews as demons.

• There were jews Living in Poland since the Middle Ages, but virtually no-one in Russia until 1772.

• Potok's parent despised Russians in the 1930s, saw them as allies during WWII and then back as enemies after the war ended.

• Potok lived in Philadelphia in the early 1970s as the Jews of Russia tried to gain more freedom.

• Potok learned of the Slepaks in the...

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