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The Last of the Just - Chapter 7, The Marriage of Ernie Levy Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, The Marriage of Ernie Levy Part 3 Summary

Golda has learned the value of living in the present, and not regretting anything or worrying about the future. Her leg was injured when they were in exodus. She and Ernie spend much time together, talking of all sorts of things, often about why people hate the Jews. Ernie says Jesus was a Hasid Jew, just as Golda's father and thinks Golda's father and Jesus would have been friends. Ernie believes Golda to be wiser than a rabbi while he has no idea of true suffering. Ernie wants to prove his love for Golda, but all she wants is readily available.She wants to walk around Paris without their stars on, which Ernie is happy to do. They enjoy the out of doors, and Ernie treats Golda to an ice cream, something she has never...

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