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The Middlesteins - Section 3, pp. 101-163 Summary & Analysis

Jami Attenberg
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Robin turned her back on Judaism a long time ago. Now after thirteen years of not participating in Jewish celebrations, she's attending a Passover Seder at Daniel's family's house.

She and Daniel are dating now. She has a problem admitting it, but he has decided that she's the one for him. The relationship is normally lopsided. Robin's the one in control, but Daniel wants Robin to meet his family and he won't take no for an answer. Robin still tries to get out of going. When he asks why, she comes up with excuses. She says that she hated Hebrew school. He implies that kids in general tend to dislike Hebrew school and he doesn't think that's a good reason to reject religion. He, himself, was picked on at school because he was so smart. So, he continues to press her to...

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