An old Jew who has, for more than fifty years, kept an oath of silence about the fate of his village in Eastern Europe breaks it to save the life of a young strangeraquot;Do they speak of me as a renegade?aquot; aquot;Well . . . yes.aquot; aquot;But I never converted!aquot; This is news, thought Davidov. I would have sworn the opposite. ... aquot;What if I told you that I should like a that I should like very much a to be of service to you.
|Publisher||:||Schocken - 1986|