Letters from Rifka

In Letters from Rifka, why is the Pushkin so important to Rifka?

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The Pushkin is important because she has no paper to write on and so she writes her letters in the margins of the poetry book by Pushkin.
It important to her because she wants to let her cousin, also her best friend, Tovah, hlearn what she is doing.