Alicia - Chapters 4-7: My First Escape; My Brother Bunio, Guralis and Radishes, The First Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 begins with the movement of all Jews in Buczacz to a single neighborhood, named the ghetto. Because rumors of this forced move had pre-dated it, Alicia's family had time to begin to move their possessions into a room of a home some friends already owned in this area. New regulations, including the wearing of the yellow Star of David, an immediate execution for entering the synagogue, a curfew, and prohibition from certain streets and neighborhoods, soon followed. Alicia's mother and younger children went to the marketplace everyday, in order to sell what they could for enough to feed the family. Alicia bought soap and attempted to sell it for a few cents more, all the while hiding among the wagons...

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