The Manor by Isaac Bashevis Singer

"The Manor" depicts the complex interplay between Jews and Polish nobility in 19th century Poland. The narrative focuses on the lives of two Jewish families, the Kalinowskis and the Dembowskis, who are tied together by marriage. As they navigate the political and social changes of the time, the characters grapple with issues of faith, tradition, assimilation and the struggle for survival. The book provides a vivid portrayal of Jewish life in Poland during a period of significant change and upheaval.

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