The university where Kalman teaches and Reuven is getting ordained as a rabbi.
Frankel Seminary and Library
The seminary where Gordon teaches and where David Malter eventually takes a job.
A home in Williamsburg, where some of the book's major events take place and where the narrator lives.
This serves as a meeting ground for Reuven and Daniel at several points throughout the book.
The Gordons' Home
Reuven often visits this home, sometimes with Rachel and other times just to speak about Michael or to talk about Abraham's work.
The Treatment Center
Michael eventually has to enter this place where Danny works.
The first five books of the Bible thought to have been written by Moses.
A record of discussions by rabbis about Jewish law, ethics, customs and history, etc.
The ordination of a rabbi.
The Experimental Treatment
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