Bread Givers - Chapter V and VI Summary & Analysis

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Chapter V and VI Summary

Reb intercepts a letter from Morris Lipkin intended for Fania. Morris says that he has dedicated his poetry collection to Fania. Reb says a writer is not good enough for his daughter and predicts that she will live in poverty. Sara immediately asks what is wrong with that. She cites her father's own words saying that "the poorest beggars are happier and freer than the rich." Shenah says that Reb should stay out of his daughters' lives and points out that Mashah would be married but for Reb's interference. She says that if he believes he can find more suitable matches, he should do so. Reb says he will go to Zaretzky, the matchmaker.

A few days later, Morris is waiting with Fania and promising to tell Reb of the depth of their love, believing that will...

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