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Chapter 3, Stillenstadt, Part 3 Summary

Benjamin meets the Rabbi of Stillenstadt, who sets him up in a tailoring shop at a very good rent, though the equipment and tools are old. As a victim of the Slavic persecutions, Benjamin is a novelty. His crate is filled with the tools of his trade, and he refuses to part with the crate even to eat. While he eats, at the Rabbi's table he begins to see visions in his soup of his father, mother and Yankel, and the visions cause him to cry. All the Jewish neighbors come to watch the new Jew eat his dinner, and it is decided that Benjamin is eat every noon meal with the rabbi and his wife. Benjamin feels returned to the fold and is filled with great emotion and thankfulness.

Chapter 3, Stillenstadt, Part 3 Analysis

While in Berlin, Benjamin knew he had exiled himself...

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