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Ginzburg

/Italian ˈɡindzbʊrɡ/
noun
1.
Natalia (nataˈliːa). 1916–91, Italian writer and dramatist. Her books include The Road to the City (1942), Voices in the Evening (1961), and Family Sayings (1963)
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  • ginzburg understands the meaning of her question and is silent, because he is afraid to say anything in reply.

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  • It was a little girl, and they named her Dvoreh, after ginzburg's dead mother.

    Yiddish Tales Various
  • A tangle of memories was stirring in ginzburg's head, all relating to deaths and graves.

    Yiddish Tales Various
  • ginzburg cast a look at the child, a chill went through him, he ran to the door.

    Yiddish Tales Various
  • ginzburg looked round, glided like a shadow into a corner of the room, and lit the little lamp that stood there.

    Yiddish Tales Various
  • Neither ginzburg nor his wife had the courage to throw themselves into the cold and grizzly arms of death.

    Yiddish Tales Various

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