He didn’t know what Leah’s eyes looked like but he remembered clearly the green eyes of the Gentile girl in the grocery store.
He tried not to study her so he did so from the side, when she wasn’t watching.
Yankel found women inscrutable, yet hated himself for caring so much what was on their minds.
Leah offers to clean the windshield wipers but how would it look having his date doing roadside assistance for him?
The first chapter in a new serialized novel about a Yiddish-speaking yeshiva student and his girlfriend in Brooklyn in the 1980s