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Singer's related fiction includes many stories in his collections, such as The Fools of Chelm and Their History and Mazel and Shlimazel His autobiographical stories in A Day of Pleasure (mostly taken from In My Father's Court) are firsthand accounts of what it was like to grow up in Poland—in the countryside, which gave Singer an abiding love of nature, and in Warsaw, Poland's largest city. The stories go back to the time before World War I and show how life became more difficult once the war began.

Some of Singer's stories have been made into plays or films, such as "Yentl, the Yeshiva Boy," which was first dramatized in 1974 and made into a film starring Barbra Streisand in 1983.

Several of his stories and novels set in Poland have been filmed, such as The Magician of Lublin (published in 1960; filmed in 1979), in which Alan Arkin plays an irreligious...

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