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Deep healing is desirable. Disquiet is a reality for readers, too. We know the couples are treading on thin ice.
Can they avoid a chilling disaster? Englander briefly tweaks them from the brink, letting them revel in the rain because Mark and Lauren so rarely see it in Israel. But then he wrenches them back to their real worlds, where history has encouraged each of them to stake an ideological territory that others approach at their peril. This often is also true in the other seven stories collected in this volume. One is blessed; the other suffers multiple losses, so she calls in a long-forgotten deal and demands her due at horrible cost to the other.
Should such long-ago contracts be enforced?
On the one hand, they were real contracts; on the other, enforcement is cruel. He retools himself as a professor of philosophy, who surprisingly gets free fruit from the stall of an ex-Army comrade.
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What justifies this? But even history is mutable. The history that is personal for one generation is anecdotal for the next. Most of the events that shape these stories are dark, and most are in full view.