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Tova Mirvis
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"It was inappropriate that she moved in when she did. Not that there was any religious prohibition against it, but it wasn't something we would have done" (Chapter 1, p. 1).

"But Batsheva sang, loud enough for everyone to hear. She knew the words, and to our surprise, her Hebrew sounded natural, even better than some of ours. But the fact that she was singing so loudly was evidence enough that she wasn't one of us" (Chapter 2, p. 20).

"Usually she liked living here, but today, she was tired of hearing what people had to say about Batsheva; she wished they would give the poor woman a break. Leanna didn't dare say this out loud though" (Chapter 2, p. 21).

"Helen Shayowitz and Mrs. Levy spoke about the importance of obedience and discipline, of following all parts of a rigorous system, of being connected to the past. What Batsheva was describing sounded a lot...

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