The Spinoza of Market Street

Describe symbolism in The Spinoza of Market Street by Isaac Bashevis Singer

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Black Dobbe and Dr. Fischelson's marriage is presented as a "miracle." It is both symbolic and ironic. Singer does not sentimentalize the miracle and even goes so far as to hint that it is black magic.

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