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Yekl and the Imported Bridegroom and Other Stories of the New York Ghetto - Study Guide A Ghetto Wedding Summary & Analysis

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Grand Street groans under the culmination of a long season of idleness and distress. Nathan and Goldy do not make much money, so Nathan peddles for extra money. Their wedding date is perpetually postponed until they can save the necessary funds. Although Nathan wants to have a modest wedding, Goldy objects to a slipshod wedding and cries that Nathan wants to make her a figure of ridicule. Nathan agrees to have a nice wedding, but their wedding keeps getting postponed because of financial hardship. After Nathan begins peddling, their finances look better and their reduced savings account increases. Goldy wants to accumulate just enough for a slipshod wedding and an establishment. One night as Nathan continues peddling permanently, Goldy visits. Nathan hates for her to see him peddling, but Goldy has an idea of how they can have a respectable celebration and fine...

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