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Every Soul Hath Its Song

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Author: Fannie Hurst
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 91,252 / 266 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 90.8
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 560
Added to site: 2004.07.06 8756

say, Simon, I don't give you right, but after a winter like I been through I feel like maybe it's better to go as to stay."

"That's right, ma, loosen up and she'll get you yet."

"It ain't nice, Izzy, you should use such talk to your mother. I tell you it ain't so nice a son should tell his mother she should loosen up."

"I only meant, ma--"

"That's just how I feel, Simon, with the summer coming on I can't stand no more long faces. Last year it was Arverne till a cottage we had to take. Always in April already my troubles for the summer begin. One year Miriam wants Arverne and Ray wants we should go to the mountains where the Schimm girls go. This year, since she got in with them Lillianthal girls, Miriam has to have Europe, and Ray wants to stay home so with snips like Louie Ruah she can run with. I tell you when you got daughters you don't know where--"

"Give 'em both a brain test, ma."

"Stop teasing your sister, Izzy. I always say with girls you got trouble from the start and with boys it a

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
Leah A. Zeldes

Splendid writing! Heartwarming, often humorous and sometimes poignant short stories set among upwardly mobile German-Jewish immigrants and working-class people in New York City.



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