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"My wife milks the cows; the girls carry the cans and churn butter; and I as you see, go to the market every morning and from there to all the summer dachas in Boiberik" (Tevye Strikes it Rich, pg. 4.)

"I dreamed that I saw a big milk can filled to the brim, and Grandma Tsaytl was carrying it underneath her apron to keep the Evil Eye from seeing it, and all the children were shouting, "Look Mama, look" (Tevye Strikes it Rich, Golde speaking, pg. 18.)

"'Are you crazy,' I said. 'Since when can you be the matchmaker, the father-in-law, the groom all rolled into one?'" (Today's Children, pg. 48.)

"'Excuse me, but when was the engagement party? It's rather odd that you forgot to invite me to it, because if she'll be your wife, I just might be your father-in-law,'" (Hodl, pg. 61.)

"'Even if I told you...

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