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Secker & Warburg, publishers, London - first UK edition, 1967. hardcover, 6" x 8¾", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy with usual stamps, stickers, barcode, etc. GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. This memoir consists of actual incidents that Isaac Bashevis Singer remembers from his childhood in Warsaw, where his father was a rabbi in a poor quarter of the city. Through their rooms in Krochmalna Street (the father's rabbinical 'court') passed a variety of types who came to see the elder Singer for rulings on points of Jewish law, for adjudication of their disputes, and for personal advice and comfort. The narrator saw and heard things that astonished and impressed him.