The Night Journey Symbols & Objects

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Two Silver Wine Cups

These two silver wine cups were the only things that Nana Sashie tells Rache her great-great-great grandparents had of value. When the Russians killed this couple, they took these cups.

A Tintype Photo

This small tintype photo that shows Sashie and Ghisha together was the one thing that Ghisha choose to bring with her when the family fled from Russia. This photo is displayed on the mantle in Rache’s family’s home.

The Toolbox

This toolbox, which Nana Sashie and Ed still use, was one of the things that Sashie’s family brought with them from Russia when they fled their home.

Purim

Purim is a Jewish celebration that commemorates the saving of the Jews from a plot by Haman, advisor of King Ahasuerus.

The Samovar

The samovar was an appliance used by Nana Sashie’s family when she was a child...

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