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American Short Story Masterpieces Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Used-Boy Raisers, The Heavenly Animal, Walking Out, The Conversion of the Jews, Akhnilo, The Christian Roommates, The Wedding, and The Liar. Summary

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The Used-Boy Raisers, The Heavenly Animal, Walking Out, The Conversion of the Jews, Akhnilo, The Christian Roommates, The Wedding, and The Liar. Summary

"The Used-Boy Raisers" is the story of a woman with two husbands, one who comes around on occasion, and one who is a permanent fixture. They are at her home, and her boys are excited to have their father and step-father in the same place, and both men seem to get along. The men argue good naturedly about the boys, and the woman comes to their defense. She notes she is happy in her duties to them. The woman has firm opinions about the Jews and the Diaspora, but not in Israel in a country, in that she believes the Jews should remain scattered the...

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This section contains 2,580 words
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