Kaaterskill Falls Quotes

Allegra Goodman
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Nothing -just, he never comes up here.
-- Elizabeth (Part 1, Chapter 2)

Importance: After services, Elizabeth and other members of the congregation are surprised to see Jeremy Kirshner. Jeremy rarely ever visits Kaaterskill Falls, despite his father running the Kirshner community of the local shul. His appearance in Kaaterskill is a sign of things to come, as Elijah will be retiring and his successor will have to be named. Jeremy could well be the successor.

Just -calling me a woman.
-- Renee (Part 1, Chapter 4)

Importance: When Renee befriends Stephanie, Renee finds it amusing how Stephanie refers to them both as women. Stephanie is a feminist who does not exist in the Orthodox Jewish tradition. Her modern ideas are a challenge to Orthodox tradition. In that tradition, Renee is still considered a girl and subject to her parents. Stephanie is independent and does things as she wishes on her own.

Your friend! Well, there are limits.
-- Andras (Part 2, Chapter 4)

Importance: Stephanie urges Renee to agitate the...

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