By Joseph L (Ed) Baron
Jewish stories by way of Gentile Authors.
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Com << Chapter >> 18 Home | TOC MAURUS JOKAI of me, who insulted him! And no one compelled him to act that way. He had no stern and just mother to send him to me, and yet he came. Tears streamed from my eyes. I pressed him close to my chest. “No, you must not ask forgiveness. I am the one to ask pardon of you. ” He went to my mother and said: “Madam, I came to ask your pardon for the aggravation which I caused. It was my fault, I admit it. Moritz was right: the letter ‘h’ is a consonant. The professor explained it to me.
This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only. com << Chapter >> Home | TOC ROTHSCHILD’S FIDDLE 27 And he sighed. All the time Marfa had lain silently with her eyes closed. ” she said, looking at him joyfully. “Rememberest, fifty years ago God gave us a baby with yellow hair. Thou and I then sat every day by the river. . under the willow. . ” “That is all imagination,” said Yakov. Later on came the priest, administered to Marfa the sacrament and extreme unction. Marfa began to mutter something incomprehensible, and, towards morning, died.
For instance, on Sundays and saints’ days it was a sin to work, Monday was a tiresome day—and so on; so that in one way or another there were about two hundred days in the year when he was compelled to sit with his hands idle. That was one loss. If anyone in town got married without music, or if Shakhkes did not employ Yakov, that was another loss. This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only. com << Chapter >> Home | TOC ROTHSCHILD’S FIDDLE 23 The Inspector of Police was ill for two years, and Yakov waited with impatience for his death, yet in the end the Inspector transferred himself to the government-town for the purpose of treatment, where he got worse and died.