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Yekl and the Imported Bridegroom and Other Stories of the New York Ghetto Setting & Symbolism

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New York City, appears in All

All of the stories occur in New York City.

Boston Yiddish, appears in Yekl

Boston Yiddish is the Americanized form of Yiddish that Jake speaks.

Ticket, appears in Yekl

Jake plans to use his pay to buy a passage ticket to New York for Gitl and Yossele.

Suffolk Street, appears in Yekl

Jake walks down Suffolk Street on his way to Joe's dance school.

Jake's Home, appears in Yekl

Jake rents rooms from Mrs. Kavarsky. This is where he lives with Gitl and Yossele. Mr. Bernstein boards with Jake. Jake often leaves his home to meet up with Mamie.

Mott Street, appears in The Imported Bridegroom

Asriel and Flora live on Mott Street.

Pravly, appears in The Imported Bridegroom

Pravly is Asriel's hometown in the old country where he visits. Asriel bids against Reb Lippe for Shaya as a son-in-law and brings...

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