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Judaism
used in A Thousand Acres

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the oldest of the three major monotheistic religions —  having its spiritual and ethical principles embodied chiefly in the Torah and in the Talmud
  • They asked him if he had ever seen any Jews before, "because we've been the first for about seventy-five percent of the people we've met."
    p. 78.4
  • The husband was writing plays about their travels for the street theater group they were going to found when they got back to New York, and one of the plays was called The First Jews.
    p. 78.6
  • If he died thinking his cause was just and right, that all those Jews and everybody deserved to be exterminated, that at least he lived long enough to perform his life's work, wouldn't you have enjoyed his pain and wished him more?
    p. 234.7

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