But the secular world Bauer's chosen to live in doesn't escape her lacerating criticism either.
“From a purely political standpoint, going to Israel… resonates in the United States with both Jews and Christians,” Bauer says.
There is a lot of violence in France, said Bauer, but not so much with guns.
But when they weren't, Bauer continues, it seemed the floorboards might give way, her talent unnoticed and mourned by no one.
Both Salamon and Bauer said they were unaware of this Yiddish invasion of hip-hop.
On came Bauer, softly, whistling and slushing his feet carelessly through the liquid mud.
I was n't talking of Mr. Bauer, ma chre, I was thinking of some one else.
Old Mother Holf, leaning against the counter, was grumbling angrily because Bauer did not come.
The Bauer told Fritz that the journey was a long one, and true enough.
I caught Bernenstein's arm and whispered, "Bauer," pointing with my finger where the face was.