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The Grandchildren of the Ghetto


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GRANDCHILDREN OF THE
GHETTO
CHAPTER I
THE CHRISTMAS DINNER
Daintily-embroidered napery, beautiful porcelain, Queen Anne
silver, exotic flowers, glittering glass, soft rosy light, creamy
expanses of shirt-front, elegant low-necked dresses—all the
conventional accompaniments of Occidental gastronomy.
It was not a large party. Mrs. Henry Goldsmith professed to
collect guests on artistic principles, as she did bric-à-brac, and
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