In this eloquent and glorious memoir, New York Times reporter Joseph Berger reflects upon his days growing up in Manhattan's Upper West Side following World War II. Berger and his family, Polish Jews who survived the Holocaust, arrived in New York in 1950. Their fascinating story of adaptation in a strange, new world speaks universally of the trials millions of American immigrants have faced.
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