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THE INTERVIEW ​ This started as the Prologue of my book. After many revisions and edits, I felt it was best to cut this from my manuscript, but I still cherish the memories contained in these paragraphs. This is how I will always remember my grandmother, not as a survivor of the Holocaust, not as a woman confined to one room in assisted living, suffering from dementia, but as my happy, chatty, flirty Bubbe. I remember all the things we shared . . . weekly lunches followed by trips to the grocery store, holidays around her large table, watching Fiddler on the Roof and Crossing Delancey in her living room. While this is no longer in my manuscript, I couldn't say good-bye to it completely.

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