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The Polish Review
The Polish Review life and fun, among Jews (and not just Jews) there. While the terrible tragedy of Lithuania's Jews is constantly in the background here, Rozenbaumas does not dwell on those events, preferring to detail-as any proper memoirist should-his own personal experiences, feelings, and attitudes. And throughout, the story is enlivened by a droll sense of humor and self-deprecating anecdotes. Like him or not, Moishe Rozenbaumas lived a remarkable life during a tragic time, and his memoirdoi:10.5406/polishreview.66.3.0132 fatcat:rb3rusofsvc7lkzxmkwzakqpwq