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A Walker in the City - Study Guide The Kitchen, p. 51 - 73 Summary & Analysis

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The author begins this section with a poetically written recollection of the Jewish Sabbath as celebrated in Brownsville, and in his home, starting with the stillness on Friday night as the Sabbath began. He writes about the joy he felt when his father came home from work bringing with him a city paper (which the author describes as a window into the outside world) and allowing the author to help him clean up (which, the author says, made him feel like part of the family). He writes of how the idea of love seemed strange to his parents (see "Quotes", p. 56), and of how they and others of their generation sacrificed for their children (see "Quotes", p. 57). He then writes of the recurring, profound happiness he experienced when, during the Sabbath, the home was visited by two friends of...

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