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Palestine
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  • He smelled again that polite stuffiness to be found only in church parlors; he recalled the case of drab Sunday School books: "Hetty, a Humble Heroine" and "Josephus, a Lad of Palestine;" he thumbed once more the high-colored text-cards which no boy wanted but no boy liked to throw away, because they were somehow sacred; he was tortured by the stumbling rote of thirty-five years ago, as in the vast Zenith church he listened to: "Now, Edgar, you read the next verse.

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  • The boundaries of Palestine have changed through history.
  • He said that in a year or two the crisis in Palestine would come to a head.
    Chaim Potok  --  The Chosen

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