In this autobiographical work, specifically mentioned in Issac Bashevis Singer's Nobel Prize citation, Singer remembers his childhood in Warsaw, and especially the bet din, or Jewish Court, in his father's home on working-class Krochmalna Street. Advice seekers and petitioners making wills or seeking marriage settlements daily visit the rabbi in his study. In a world on the brink of modernity, Singer's gentle, learned father and his mother, equally pious but eminently practical, maintain a stubbornly traditional existence. ...

In My Father's Court 2001, Vintage Classics, London

ISBN-13: 9780099422662

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In My Father's Court 1991, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York

ISBN-13: 9780374505929

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In My Father's Court 1986, Fawcett Books

ISBN-13: 9780449212448

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In My Fathers Court 1980, Fawcett Books

ISBN-13: 9780449240748

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In My Father's Court 1967, Jonathan Cape Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780224619226

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